Generations is committed to quality programming. All of our locations are fully licensed nationally accredited by The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA). Our centers go through a voluntary, comprehensive self-study program and invite an external professional to verify compliance with accredited criteria for high quality early childhood programs.
Accreditation is valid for three years.
The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation was established in 1991 to encourage quality and recognize excellence in early childhood programs throughout the United States and other countries. The NECPA Commission is dedicated to cultivating high quality early childhood programs across the country through “Encouraging Quality and Recognizing Excellence.” The NECPA Standards were derived from the National Health and Safety Performance Standards, which were developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Public Health Association. The NECPA Standards measure quality in the areas of adult/child interaction, health and safety of the physical environment, staff framing, and the relationship between administration, parents, and the community.
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