Sweet Snowballs - Ones +
Miss Aisha possesses an Associates Degree in Care and Development of Young Children. As an Early Childhood Educator, her goal is to provide a safe, happy and nurturing environment that will stimulate the intellectual, social and emotional growth of each child. She believes that while teaching young children it is imperative to maintain good communication with the family as well. Research supports the importance of family involvement as a motivator to young learners. When she’s not caring for young children, she enjoys singing, dancing, reading and spending time with her family.
Miss Aleisha comes to us with a background in applied behavior analysis (ABA). She has completed a Bachelor's degree in psychology as well as a Masters in Education with an emphasis in ABA. As a behavioral therapist Miss Aleisha has worked one on one with children on the spectrum; she has experience with increasing vocal language and non vocal communication, improving fine and gross motor skills as well as conceptual teachings such as theory of mind. She believes that every interaction is a possible learning opportunity especially when a kiddo is having fun! She provides children a safe space for learning to occur not only mentally and physically but spiritually as well.
Little Saints - Twos
Jennie is a New Orleans native and has worked in childcare for over 10 years. She has raised 7 wonderful kids and is currently studying Child Development and Family Studies at Southern University. She is passionate about children and feels children learn best in a structured, but loving environment.
Crystal recently returned to New Orleans after living in Italy for the past eleven years. Prior to moving to Italy, she worked at a day care in Los Angeles, where she's originally from. In Italy she nannied for children ages 6 months to 7-years-old in addition to raising her own daughter who was born there. Her resume includes more than 10 years in child care including caring for special needs children. She's trained in CPR and First Aid and is currently earning credits toward her CDA.