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When a child enrolls at the center the parents or guardian are automatically a part of our Learning Tree family. We strive to have a genuine relationship with all members of the child’s family that frequent the center.

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Our mission is to provide quality care and numerous resources to our children. Our program is designed to strengthen and develop the social, emotional, physical, and mental skills of every child ages six weeks to 12 years of age.

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The Learning Tree has “devoted itself to increase our ability of offering quality services to a greater number of seniors and families in the community. Our goal in working with seniors is to reduce isolation through dynamic socialization.

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From Tiny Seeds…

Established in 1971, Shirley Black and Dolores Hudson founded The Learning Tree Day Nursery. Our Not-for-Profit 501(C)3 organization was the "first" of its kind in North St. Louis offering day care services to families. Our services was broadened in 1981 to care for infants and toddlers. In 1992, the enrollment of Senior adults proved to be yet another "first" for The Learning Tree in the St. Louis Area as well as the industry of Care Service Providers. Thus, "Intergenerational" care service was created!

To date, the cornerstone of The Learning Tree Intergenerational Care (SM) has taken on a life of its own in providing quality care and resources to children and Seniors with emphasis on facilitating a structured and consistent curriculum that nurtures the holistic needs of the individual and their families. The primary benefit of Intergenerational Care (SM) is the positive effect(s) on the area of cognitive, physical, spiritual, emotional, social and nutritional development of the individual.

Our Vision & Purpose

Our passion lives in creating an environment where the “young at heart and the hearts of the young” can develop tangible, respectful and compassionate relationships with one another.

The Learning Tree provides quality care to children, seniors, and their families by offering programs in the area of cognitive, physical, spiritual, emotional, social and nutritional development. All write me an essay requests are processed by Essay Tigers.

We welcome your loved one into our midst. They will enjoy some of the best days of their lives!

 



As an Organization

We are a licensed organization by the City of St. Louis and the State of Missouri dedicated to serving the immediate community in which it resides. The Learning Tree is also accredited by the State of Missouri. Our current enrollment capacity will accommodate 112 children and 8 senior adults.

Care Specialists

The Learning Tree Staff consists of the following specialists:
Executive Director, Development Director, Program Director & Assistant, Office Manager & Assistant, Nurse, Senior Caregivers, Infant/Toddler Caregivers, Pre School Teachers, School-Age Teachers, Teacher Coordinator, Fine Arts Director, Senior Activity Planner, Nutritionist, Driver, Maintenance Engineers and Volunteers

                 

The Learning Tree Intergenerational Center Inc. 4430 Labadie Ave. St. Louis, MO. 63115 Tel. 314.534.0699 Fax. 314.534.4575
All services are operated in the same venue and are available to all races color, religions, national origin, ancestry, sex or disability.
For more information send us your email: info@thelearningtreecenter.org
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