Childcare school: KinderCare | Child Daycare Centers & Early Education Programs

Опубликовано: October 28, 2023 в 10:50 am


Категории: Child

Who We Are | Bright Horizons®

Bright Horizons’

Heart Principles

Bright Horizons’ HEART Principles are the foundation of our culture and how we interact with one another when we are at our best. These values — Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Respect, Teamwork — guide all of us in the work we do each day.


Within the Bright Horizons family, we create an environment of honesty and trust by communicating openly and authentically with one another and respecting the opinions of those with whom we work. We listen to the needs and concerns of those we serve and respond with a sense of urgency.


Quality is a description we earn and maintain every day by creating healthy and safe environments for our employees and the children in our care and attending to the smallest details in all that we do. We are doing serious and important work.


We are accountable for our actions. We acknowledge and learn from our mistakes; we do not dwell on them. We ask the question “why not?” before we say “no,” with the understanding that an unconditional “yes” is not always the appropriate answer.


We strengthen our organization by being intentional about respecting individuality, embracing diversity and inclusion, and never allowing acts of nonacceptance. We give each child, family, colleague, learner, and client our full attention.


We collaborate to achieve our goals and find ways to celebrate our successes. We take pride in what we do, never losing sight of the joy and fun in our work. We acknowledge each other’s contributions and say, “thank you.”

Non-Discrimination & Anti-Harassment Policy

We’re committed to providing work environments free from discrimination and harassment.

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Bright Horizons is honored to be a Fortune Best Workplace for Diversity, and proud to be named to the Corporate Equality Index for 21 consecutive years.

Read our full statement on DEI




Bright Horizons: Our Ongoing Mission to Change the Way the World Works

In 1986, our founders saw that child care was an enormous obstacle for working parents. On-site centers became one way we responded to help employees – and organizations — work better.

Today we offer child care, elder care, and help for education and careers — tools used by more than 1,000 of the world’s top employers and that power many of the world’s best brands

Diane Bartoli

Elizabeth Boland

John Casagrande

Mandy Berman

Mary Lou Burke Afonso

Priya Krishnan

Ros Marshall

Sandy Wells

Stephen Kramer

Cathy E. Minehan

David H. Lissy

Dr. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot

Jordan Hitch

Joshua Bekenstein

Julie Atkinson

Laurel J. Richie

Lawrence M. Alleva

Mary Ann Tocio

Stephen H. Kramer

Elizabeth Heaton

Dr. Jill Buban

Jennifer Vena

Priya Krishnan

Rachel Robertson


The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children

Bright Horizons was built on the belief that doing well is firmly intertwined with doing good.

The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children formalizes that mission, supporting employees as they make a difference in the communities where they live and work.

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Preschool Curriculum & Programs | Bright Horizons®

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Visit the preschool classrooms at a Bright Horizons center near you. Preschoolers are ready to take chances and experiment with new things. With teachers’ support, these inquisitive young minds will tackle new challenges, and advance the skills they’ll need for kindergarten and beyond.

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Preschool is a big year. We’ve designed our program to give you complete confidence in every aspect of your child’s experience; from health and safety; to ready-for-school curriculum; to the full support of experienced teachers. Just as important, our program is based on what research says best prepares children for kindergarten…and all the big steps ahead.

Our preschool program includes:

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Our World at Their Fingertips® curriculum includes preschool Signature Practices that offer hands-on approaches to encourage the skills your child will need in kindergarten and beyond:


Providing a warm, welcoming environment where your baby can grow

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Empowering toddlers to be confident, successful, lifelong learners

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Kindergarten Prep

Advancing skills in core academic areas to ensure school readiness

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Development of strong literacy and math skills essential for school

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Providing a warm, welcoming environment where your baby can grow

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Empowering toddlers to be confident, successful, lifelong learners

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Kindergarten Prep

Advancing skills in core academic areas to ensure school readiness

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Development of strong literacy and math skills essential for school

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Find a center near you to get started with Bright Horizons

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Or call us to start the conversation 877-624-4532

School of Kindred Care – Department of Labor and Social Protection of the City of Moscow

School of Kindred Care is a project to help people who care for loved ones, support their optimal standard of living surrounded by family.

The project will allow you:

  • determine the necessary amount of social services for the care of a loved one,
  • evaluate your ability to help
  • understand what needs to be learned
  • take online and offline training,
  • Get accompaniment and advice from a qualified long-term home care coach.

Who can become a project participant?

How to become a project participant or receive a service: step by step instructions


Complete the “Service Calculator” survey to determine the approximate amount of care assistance(s) for your loved one.


Based on the approximate amount of care assistance (services), you will be able to understand what knowledge and skills you need to acquire.


Fill out the questionnaire
to undergo training.


Wait for a response letter, which will be sent to the e-mail specified in the questionnaire.


Get trained.


After completing your home care training, you will be contacted by a long-term care coach,
with whom you can discuss questions of interest in caring for your loved one.

Course “Home care for a sedentary person”

The course will help:

  • To gain knowledge about the needs of a sedentary or weakened person, the algorithms and rules for hygiene procedures, as well as practical skills of care at home.
  • To reduce the risk of possible development of severe complications in seriously ill people.
  • Adapt living space to the needs of a person in need, including the use of technical means of rehabilitation and auxiliary equipment.
  • Create a favorable environment and psychological atmosphere in the family.

Dementia: assessment, approaches, quality of life course

The course will help:

  • Distinguish the symptoms of the disease against the background of signs of natural aging.
  • Use diagnostic tools to look for signs of dementia.
  • Build comfortable communication with wards suffering from dementia.

Course: First Aid

You will learn how to:

  • follow the first aid procedure;
  • perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation;
  • apply the Heimlich maneuver;
  • stop bleeding;
  • provide care for injuries;
  • to use techniques for giving optimal body position in case of injuries.

Has your loved one lost the ability to self-care?

Are you lost and do not understand how to help him?

Use the service calculator!

Complete survey

Useful information

School for training in caring for citizens who have lost the ability to self-care “Proper Care”

School for training in caring for citizens who have lost the ability to self-care “Proper Care”

proper care for bedridden and seriously ill people. For some people, caring for bedridden patients is work. But none of us is immune from the need to care for someone from relatives with disabilities. We will help, tell and show you what you need to know in order to provide normal care to the patient and make life easier for yourself. Proper care not only improves the quality of life, but also enhances the sanogenesis processes in the body, which inevitably leads to a decrease in the clinical manifestations of the underlying disease. Orthodox medicine has long recognized the importance of good patient care. Outside of hospitals, first of all care falls on the shoulders of relatives.

Our School of Care for the Seriously Ill is dedicated to helping caregivers manage their care procedures. We will advise and show in practice how, with what and when it is correct to carry out daily hygiene procedures. We will select an individual effective method for preventing the formation of bedsores. We focus on the nuances and help you avoid many, at first glance, invisible mistakes in care.

Video tutorials on caring for citizens who have lost the ability to self-care

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School visits provide psychological support for caregivers, exchange experience, and learn a lot about proper care at home. Counseling is carried out with relatives and relatives of those people who need outside help and care. Consultations are held by appointment by phone: 777-946, 779-146.*

We also hold lectures for nurses and social workers of the department of social and medical care at home quarterly* on the topics:

  • What is pneumonia and how to avoid it in bedridden patients
  • Treatment of pressure ulcers at home
  • Neurogenic Bladder
  • General rules for nursing
  • Features of the body of the elderly
  • Particularities of work of nurses
  • Psychological characteristics of patient care
  • Recommendations for the care of bedridden patients part 1
  • Recommendations for the care of bedridden patients part 2
  • Recommendations for the care of the sick part 3
  • Change of underwear and bed linen
  • Dying patient

Rehabilitation facilities are provided for rent tel.