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Community Resources

KKCC welcomes and serves members of Prince George's County along with Anne Arundel, Howard and Montgomery counties.  The guides below, provide information on community services, support groups, and advocacy groups to help support parents, students and staff based on their county of residence.

Specialized Child Care Services 

Special Needs is defined as a physical, emotional, behavioral, or learning disability or impairment that causes a child to require additional or specialized services or accommodations such that these may require a special setting for education.


Children with special needs and learning disabilities have the same opportunity to be accepted in our program as their non-disabled same age peers.  Special needs children will participate and progress with the general education curriculum to the appropriate extent and with manageable adequate accommodations.  We encourage parents to make inform staff of special needs children may have.  As well as provide staff with an EIP or IFSP if one is available. 


Our goal is to work together to provide the best possible care for your child.  If needed, we may recommend that parents seek help from Maryland's Infant and Toddler's Program, Child Find, PG County Children's Resource Center, Project Win, family counseling, etc.  We will work with these and other referral services to ensure that the child is receiving the proper care for their need.

Project Win is an early childhood mental health program designed to address the social and emotional needs of children from birth to five-years old who are in family childcare, childcare centers, or informal childcare settings throughout Prince George’s County. This program promotes positive social and emotional development, which is a key to school readiness. They work with parents and childcare providers to address issues that may result in expulsion from childcare.

The Maryland Infants and Toddlers Program (MITP) directs a family-centered system of early intervention services for young children with developmental delays and disabilities— and their families. By recognizing each family's concerns and priorities and focusing on each child's strengths and needs, the MITP assists families of children with special needs during the first four years of the child's developmental journey.

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