National Early Childhood Program AccreditationPosted on May 22, 2015 by Michelle Kraus
Your Child Care Center Needs National Early Childhood Program Accreditation, and Here’s Why!
When you’re comparing and contrasting various child care centers for your little one, only the best will do. And with so many different certifications flying around, it can be difficult to distinguish which is which as well as which mean that your child is getting the care, attention, and education they need to thrive.
One of the most prominent certifications (and certainly one you want to be on the lookout for) is from the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA).
As a leading independent early child accrediting organization, the NECPA is indicative of centers where teamwork for the advancement of quality is valued and where programs strive and work to excel in the care they provide for their children. This type of accreditation also makes it simpler for parents to choose a child care center based on the rigorous standards that a child care center must uphold.
At Ladybug Child Care Center we’re proud of our National Early Childhood Program Accreditation as it reflects our dedication to quality and the best for all of our “little bugs.”
To learn more about NECPA and what it means, be sure to check out our own information on Accreditation and why when you’re searching for the right program for your little one, Ladybug is a leading choice!Filed Under: Certification, Early Childhood Education