HERALD-REVIEW.COM – Teachers Tabatha Duncan and Makayla Plank lead a sensory activity at Baby TALK. Watch the video here: Baby TALK Teachers lead sensory activity Video by: Joseph Ressler https://herald-review.com/
HERALD-REVIEW.COM – Debra Baltimore, the Family Resource Specialist for Baby TALK , shares the value and strengths foster grandparents bring to the Baby TALK Early Care & Education Center in Decatur, IL. Watch the video here: Baby TALK Foster Grandparents Video by: Joseph Ressler https://herald-review.com/
Decatur, IL – (JANUARY 18, 2022) Baby TALK and Empowerment Opportunity Center are pleased to invite the community to view a new sculpture of Martin Luther King, Jr. which was installed in front of their shared building located at 355 E. Marietta Street in Decatur, IL. The sculpture was a gift from the Howard G. […]
DECATUR, IL (WAND) — “kids are excited to be here.”
This week, Baby Talk welcomed families inside their brand new education development center.
“It really sets us up for the future and that’s really exciting,” Executive Director Cindy Bardeleben said. “We were scattered around the community in four different places and so being in this location really allows us to stream line the process and families know where to go. This location is just ideal for us.”
DECATUR, IL (WCIA) — A Macon County organization welcomed some families to check out their new facility on the Community Care Campus Tuesday.
Baby TALK works to promote the well-being of not only the child, but also their family. “We believe relationships in the earliest years matter and it is Baby TALK’s purpose to provide opportunities for all children and families in our communities to reach their full potential,” said Executive Director Cindy Bardeleben in a news release.
Decatur, IL – (February 23, 2021)
Baby TALK, a non-profit agency which promotes child and family well-being for parents and caregivers with children under the age of 3 years, welcomed a limited number of families into their new facility on the Community Care Campus. Baby TALK local programs, previously scattered in 4 separate facilities throughout Decatur, recently joined under one roof and will expand its early education capacity to serve 128 children in birth to three-year old classrooms.
DECATUR, IL. (WAND) – Baby TALK said they will help provide essentials to families enrolled that are in need.
“Even though programming is cancelled to ensure the safety of our families and our staff, Baby TALK will continue our supportive relationships with families.