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Argyle Infant Lab
The Argyle Infant Lab is an environment where you can learn about parenting and becoming independent. We offer a place where you can bond with your child and have staff members who will support your academic and personal goals.
We are a learning environment for parents and children, aged two months to two years.
We provide a safe and caring community where babies and toddlers are able to play, learn, and enjoy while parents are concentrate on their studies.
There are two educational assistants and a teacher attached to the Infant Lab.
The Infant Lab also works closely with the parenting program at the Mount Carmel Clinic.
· Community lunch
· Community meals
· Parenting workshops
· Community outings
· Sharing circles
· Life skills workshops
· Healthy food and nutrition workshops
· Birthday parties
Guidelines and Expectations
We have a maximum capacity of eight parents and their children. Parents are asked to participate in workshops, outings, and contribute to the community through the day-to-day operation of the Lab.
In order to maintain a position in the Infant Lab, parents are expected to have regular attendance with academic progress, participate in Lab activities, and have ongoing communication with the Lab staff.