Award-Winning Programs – Certificates of Excellence in each of the following categories:
Facilitating Parent Volunteerism, Moving Families toward Self-Sufficiency, Enrolling Individuals in GED Program
Ibero’s Early Childhood Center offers an award-winning program for children as young as six-weeks-old through the age of five. Each child receives hands-on learning in the areas of developing and improving their motor skills, level of literacy, path to successful socialization and health and wellness. Serves 106 children and 95 families.
Our staff also work with parents to help them identify goals for themselves and their entire family. Our staff also collaborates with a strong and active PTA at the center to fully engage parents in all aspects of their children’s education, including the interview process and the planning of activities and workshops.
Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK): All-day program Monday through Friday that is open to 4-year-old children who live in Rochester. Follows the school calendar.
Early Head Start: All-day program that is offered all-year round for children between 6-weeks and 3-years-old.
Head Start: All-day program for 3 and 4-year-old children that follows the school calendar
Tele-Med Program: (Partnership with the University of Rochester) Staff is able to conduct initial doctor visits with a sick child via the Internet to determine the next step, so parents don’t have to miss school or work as often.
On-Site Nutritionist: In collaboration with the American Heart Association, an on-site nutritionist works with our children and parents to teach them about health and wellness. (Includes demonstrations and a new menu.)
New Collaboration with UR/ROHK: (Rochester Oral Health for Kids). Children receive dental screenings and fluoride treatment on-site, while parents learn about oral education and how to establish dental hygiene at home.
Our Emergency Services Division is also located at 777 Clifford Avenue.
Ibero’s Emergency Services offers bilingual case management that focuses on increasing the stability and quality of life
among newly arrived Monroe County residents.
Our services include:
– Advocating for individuals, offering financial literacy workshops, and support in navigating government systems and public assistance
– Completion of non legal documents and other forms (health insurance, education, employment); translating also available
– Referrals for community resources, legal assistance, substance abuse treatment, teen pregnancy, domestic violence, and for basic needs such as food, shelter and clothing
Our goals are to help individuals identify and implement steps that prevent repeated emergencies and to develop plans for self-sufficiency.
For more information please call 585-454-1430.