Early Childhood Education
The AIU's early childhood education programs are designed to assist children younger than five years acquire the skills they need for kindergarten.
DART (Discovery, Assessment, Referral and Tracking)
DART's purpose is to find and evaluate eligible young children, ages three through five, who have a developmental delay. Recommendation and appropriate early intervention services can then be provided..
Early Head Start
Early Head Start is a childhood development program for infants, toddlers, pregnant women and their families.
Family Support Centers
Family Support Centers are community-based sites serving families in Clairton, Duquesne, East Allegheny, Highlands, Homestead, McKeesport, Lincoln Park, Penn Hills, Sto-Rox, West Mifflin and Wilkinsburg. Services include home visits, employment support, developmental assessments and transportation.
Head Start provides high-quality, comprehensive programming and services to families with preschool children. These services improve school readiness in both home and classroom settings.
Pre-K Counts provides high-quality programming for preschool children in both classroom and child care settings.