Child care is offered to Rochester Regional Health families and to our communities at the Park Ridge Child Care Center.
Located on the Unity Hospital Campus, Park Ridge Child Care Center is open to the entire Rochester community and all Rochester Regional Health employees. We’re a convenient choice for Unity Hospital employees and families in the Greece Central School District.
The best way to see if Park Ridge Child Care Center is the right place for you and your child is to take a tour. Complete our Request form or give us a call at (585) 723-7543 to arrange a time to see our clean and comfy center and meet some of our children, teachers and staff. We think you’ll agree – this is the way your child’s care should be.Contact Us
Park Ridge Child Care Center offers you a safe and nurturing environment – a happy home away from home – where everyone truly cares about your child’s growth, development and well-being. Each of our highly trained teachers and staff focus on meeting your child’s physical, social, emotional and cognitive needs. Our high-quality care includes:
Park Ridge Child Care Center offers full and part-time programs to work with every family’s needs. Each program is designed to fit individual personalities, learning styles, family backgrounds, and developmental stages. We limit class size, so each child receives the personalized time and attention needed from our dedicated teachers and staff.
Infants: ages 8 weeks to 12 months / 4:1 ratio
Older infants: ages 12-18 months / 4:1 ratio
Toddlers: ages 18-36 months / 5:1 ratio
Preschool: ages 3-4 years / 7:1 ratio
Pre-Kindergarten: ages 4-5 years / 8:1 ratio
School Age & Before and After-School Care: 6-12 years / 10:1 ratio
Universal Pre-Kindergarten: 9:1 ratio, with registration through the Greece Central School District.
We believe that PLAY remains a cornerstone for how children learn with an emphasis on helping children engage in sustained, high level play. Our goals are to:
We meet these goals by offering a variety of materials and opportunities. We give children plenty of time to explore and investigate and change materials and activities when children show they are no longer productively engaged.
Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, physical, cognitive, emotional strength and brain development. It is through play that children learn at a very early age to engage and interact in the world around them. It allows children to create and explore a world they can master, conquering their fears while practicing adult roles, sometimes in conjunction with other children or adult caregivers. As they master their world, play helps children develop new competencies that lead to enhanced confidence and the resiliency they will need to face future challenges.
Michelle Goosey, Education Coordinator
Michelle Wright, LPN, Supervisor and Health Care Consultant