What are children's Centres?
Children's Centres are places that provide information and offer
access to services for families with children under five years old
in their local community. Information about children's centres
can be found at our Kent
Children's Centres website.
Each centre offers a variety of services to cater for the needs
of the community, but may include the following:
- childcare provision
- early education integrated with childcare
- support for parents thinking about training or finding a new
- antenatal classes and baby clinics
- information and advice about breastfeeding, parenting and
speech and language
- family support and outreach to parents
- drop in sessions for parents and children
- services for children with special needs and disabilities
- links with voluntary agencies
- links with local schools.
To find out more read our Kent children's centres leaflets
These leaflets are also available in other
languages on our Kent Children's Centres website. You can also
find out more by viewing our children's centres film.
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Where is my nearest children's centre?
Please visit our Kent Children's
Centres website to search for children's centres by area.