Early Education Centers
CDCLA operates the employer-sponsored child care centers at the LAC + USC Medical Center, the Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, LA County Department of Public Works and at the CalTrans building in downtown Los Angeles.
We also provide child care services for low-income working families through funding from the California Department of Education.
Family Child Care Network
CDCLA coordinates a network of Family Child Care Providers clustered around the Bright Futures, Nueva Maravilla, Hart Village and Olive View Child Development Centers to provide care for infants and toddlers.
6 weeks to 1.5 years of age
In Family Child Care Homes and with limited availability in some of our Early Education Centers.
1.5 to 2.5 years of age
In Family Child Care Homes and our Early Education Centers.
2.5 to 5 years of age
In our Early Education Centers.
For information about the ages served at each center click the links on the Child Care Centers page. Early Learning CDCLA uses the High/Scope Curriculum at each of our Child Development Centers. Our programs are developmentally appropriate and the staff is highly qualified. Children are allowed to develop at their own rate and are encouraged to make choices.
- We have a balance of indoor and outdoor activities each day.
- All children are encouraged to participate in all activities.
- We have a balance of teacher-initiated and child-initiated activities.
- Teachers conduct developmental assessments of each child twice each year to help us better serve the needs of the children and the families.
Contact us at via E-Mail for further information on our program.