New and exciting News:
Together and the Dexter Community Schools are uniting our Early
Childhood Programs in the Fall of 2014 under one roof at the current
Generations Together location on Baker Road. Our School Age and
Summer Camp Programs will be uniting beginning in June of 2014 at
the Dexter Schools location. We will be changing our name, but still
offering year-round early childhood programing as well as the schools
current school year only early childhood programming. Enrollment
information for the Fall of 2014 will be available after April 15,
Generations Together provides
Preschool/Child Care for children from six weeks to five years,
before and after school care,
and summer camp for school-age
children. We also provide opportunities that reunite the generations
Have a look around our facility by clicking here
take our virtual tour.
See who we are by clicking here to
our photo slideshow.
tutoring services available
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A Design for the Generations
Generations Together is the first facility in Michigan built specifically
to link the generations.
Generations Together meets and complies with all State of Michigan
policies and is recognized as a licensed child care center.
Our 12,000-square foot building, entirely barrier-free, is set
in a wooded, natural setting next to Creekside Intermediate School
on Baker Road.
The physical and social environment at our Center encourages contact
between the generations without forcing it.
Three fenced outdoor play areas are designated for children, we
also enjoy our sun porch and deck overlooking a mill pond and mature
Special areas include a "Town Square" lobby, year-round
indoor greenhouse, and outdoor deck and patio.
Our concept of care
is based on meeting everyone's needs as an individual. A toddler
needs a safe, fun way to
explore this big, wide
world. A four-year-old needs to learn about friendship and accomplishment.
An older adult
needs to maintain independence
and dignity. This is where we begin. Then we add the tremendous
Young children and older adults have something in common that
is all too rare for the rest of
us: time. Time to share,
to laugh, to play games. Time to plant sees and watch a garden
grow. Time to watch the birds
at the feeder and learn
their names. Time to sing "I've been workin' on the railroad"-again.
At Generations Together,
this time can be shared.
Reuniting youngsters with their elders brings a joy of companionship
that promotes good
health, good feelings
about life, a love of today, and an interest in tomorrow.
We invite you to come
and visit Generations Together. It is more than just a center
for older adults and children.
It is a return to a
way of life where those who are growing older and those who are
growing up share their days and
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