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Board & Staff
Carol Dubiel, Director, Child Care/Children's Center ...........133
Rough road for 'Sesame Street'
"Young children are in a sensory motor period and they should be exploring the natural world," says Carol Dubiel, director of the Child Care Center at the YWCA of White Plains and Central Westchester.
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Carol Dubiel, director of the Early Child Care Program at the YWCA Child Care Center in White Plains, notes that within the last two to three years, her facility has also seen a large increase in demand.The additional calls she's been receiving are even more surprising because the YWCA does not advertise its services; all new calls have come through word-of-mouth.Right now, Dubiel notes that she has approximately 50 people waiting for an opening of one of its 28 slots.But because new siblings of children already in the program get priority, the turnover is slow.To help parents, Dubiel refers them to the Child Care Council for assistance in finding care elsewhere. "This seems to me to be a national issue," she says.
Ms. Robinson, a native of Jamaica, and a dynamic and highly recommended professional succeeds Carol Dubiel who retired after leading the program at the YWCA for 19 years.
Friends, graduates, colleagues, and members are invited to join us for this farewell luncheon for Carol Dubiel who will be leaving the YWCA after 19 years of service.