Mutual Security Credit Union 23 Hubbard Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Mutual Security Credit Union, which opened in 1982, is privately owned. It now has over 32,000 members with $224 million…More in assets. Mutual is a full-service banking institution that provides all personal financial needs to its lifetime members. Membership is available to individuals who live, work, worship or attend school in Fairfield, Litchfield or New Haven counties. Members enjoy services such as saving on rates, insured deposits, checking and savings accounts, visa cards, mortgage loans, home equity loans and auto loans.
College Nannies + Tutors provides nanny and tutoring services for children and teens of all ages, providing families…More with personalized solutions to their childcare needs, as well as the academic needs of their kids. At the same time, it offers secure employment and experience for college students.</p>
<p>Nanny services are varied to meet all kinds of needs, and include both full- and part-time nannies, on-call hourly babysitting services and childcare services for summers and after-school hours. Tutoring services include reading and writing, science and math help, study skills, college and SAT/ACT prep and homework help.</p>
Under the administration of Homespun Director Christine Pagano, Homespun Learning Environment offers a variety…More of full-day and part-day childcare and preschool programs. Built with children in mind, Homespun property (which includes four general play areas) features child-sized equipment and furniture to make youngsters feel secure. A dual emphasis on education and health and safety is key; the staff is trained in early childhood education, CPR and First Aid. </p>
<p>Staff meetings and training sessions are held throughout the year, including routine visits from medical and educational consultants who provide workshops and seminars for parents and teachers. The school’s child-care professionals use a variety of methods and tools (books, music, toys, etc.) to stimulate children’s curiosity and ease them into a scholastic environment, balancing a sensitivity toward the children’s emotional health with the process of teaching social and intellectual skills. These skills can range from dressing and toilet training for the school’s younger students to arts and crafts and “dramatic play” for toddlers to more advanced skills like rudimentary literacy and math for children in the preschool program. With a child-to-teacher ratio of four-to-one, teachers are able to provide children with individualized care designed to cater to each child’s educational needs.</p>