Keeping Your Family Strong

As your Chicago-area daycare, Toddler Town is proud to be active in the advocacy of children’s right and parent issues. We stand up for our parent and children’s rights, as well as educational issues and funding assistance.

If you would like to join the movement for advocacy in Childcare, please go the following link: where you can stay current on all events and news, thanks to Action For Children of Illinois.

Your Voice Matters!

At Toddler Town, we always try to look out for our children and their families, which is why we do everything that we can when the need arises. We believe that your voice matters, and the more voices involved in advocating for children’s’ rights, the better.

The current budget crisis has many in our child care community deeply concerned. Please Support Senate Bill HB 570. CLICK HERE to read more.


According to Wikipedia, “Advocacy is a political process by an individual or group which aims to influence public-policy and resource allocation decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions.”

Taking action to strengthen child care is a deep commitment of the entire Toddler Town staff. We believe that every child should have access to high-quality, affordable child care and we do our part to promote that.

If you are in need of financial assistance to fund your child care, make sure to learn more about your options here.

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