See what our Providers had to say.

Yvonne Boyd

Offering an Afterschool program which gives the students various learning opportunities that expand their knowledge base in the fast paced, 21st century world is an asset for our school.

Candis Cannady
Toddler Teacher

Working with the Social Emotional Early Childhood (SEEC)  Instructors, has truly impacted how we structure our day and our interactions with the children.  In the past, we’ve tried to make sure that our classroom is child centered and our children know that their feelings matter.

Daycare Provider

“My kids have so much fun with the materials that you brought. My granddaughter loves to tell stories with the felt board and puppets. These items really help to build her imagination”.


Spencer Miller
Buder Elementary ASAP Site

I just received an excellent training from Deborah Taylor called “Building Strong Children”. At the core of the training was a teaching of empathy and how difficult some of these children’s lives are. I was raised in a rural area and have not always understood what the children’s lives in an urban area are really like.

India Parker-Houston
Early Educator

As a lifelong educator I always knew that I wanted to further my education, but at the time, I was a single mom and a full time worker. This meant I didn’t have much time to squeeze school into my schedule. My Director at the time notified me that they were affiliated within the PAQ 24:1 footprint (United 4 Children).

Arlene Thomas
Froebel Site Manager

Children are our Future. The ability to enhance children’s education process in the afterschool programs has been very successful at Froebel. Through the exciting and supportive staff members, my experience has been very enjoyable. I received great professional development from United for Children, ASAP and Neighborhood Houses.