News and Events

Serving the Needs of Collier County During the Pandemic

Covid-19 has opened lots of people’s eyes to those we tend to take for granted. We are referring to first responders, healthcare workers, and the essential workers manning our supermarkets, food processing plants and a whole range of other services.  Further, the closing of schools has made parents acutely aware of the important role that […]

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Helping Teen Parents Graduate

“My name is Maria Domingo, and I am a graduating senior and a teenage mom. I go to Immokalee High School Teenage Parent Program (TAPP) which is a program run by Child’s Path. I’m the second in my family to graduate high school. There are six of us, and my dream was to walk across […]

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Through the Fire

Louisa was working many long hours as a first responder while attending nursing school when she enrolled her daughter, Mariela, at Child’s Path. Despite working a lot, she was having a hard time making ends meet financially. She applied for–and was granted–a partial scholarship for her daughter. Things were finally looking up. Then, just before […]

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Kayla’s Journey

When Kaley moved up to the two-year-old room, she was extremely emotional and would have tantrums.  Her teacher, Naomi, noticed that Kaley had difficulty responding and following directions. At first, her teacher thought these were typical 2-year-old behaviors and she would be fine later on. Kaley’s tantrums, however, became worse every day.

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