The Bay Cove Early Intervention (EI) program serves more than 400 children under three years of age, who are developmentally delayed, have a known disabling condition, or who are at risk of developmental delays due to biological or environmental factors.
The program’s goal is to promote the physical, mental and emotional development of eligible children. Services are provided in the children’s homes, in the community and at the program site on Victory Road. Bay Cove's EI program has been providing such services to children and their families since 1976.
The Small Wonders Nursery School provides exceptionally high quality early childhood education for children from Dorchester and surrounding communities. Located on the first floor of the Daniel C. Boynton Child Development Center, the nursery school benefits from a state-of-the-art facility and the services of highly skilled professional caregivers. The thoughtful design of the physical space and the low ratio of children to staff (one staff member for every three children) contribute to the excellence of the Small Wonders program.