Creative Care Childcare’s owner, Rebecca Holland Young, is an experienced childcare manager who holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Cabrini College. Rebecca graduated from IRCC in Fort Pierce, Florida, with an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Development and Education and after moving to Pennsylvania, Rebecca obtained a Bachelors Degree in Accounting from Arcadia University.
Rebecca previously owned centers in Florida which were accredited through the National Association of Early Young Children. Her centers first opened in Pennsylvania in 2002 and the centers are working toward accreditation through the Pennsylvania Keystone Stars Program.
Rebecca, a young business woman, needed to have a dream, a plan, an enterprise that would carry her into the future. What better dream for the future could she have than to care for and educated the children of the future? A dream in which she could include her growing family as well as satisfy her wish to help and serve many others.
Rebecca's dream is recognized in those directors, teachers, assistants, bookkeepeers, cooks, maintenance people, parents and especially the children, who have had and continue to live as part of her dream.
Dear Creative Care Families….
Hi, my name is Danielle Glaves and I am the director at Creative Care in Plymouth Meeting. Prior to graduating from college I worked at a childcare center for 5 years with children ages 6 wks-5 years old. In 2006 I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education from Cabrini College. Soon after graduating I gave birth to my first daughter Anaiya. I took the first two years after she was born nannying for a great family of three girls. However, when Anaiya turned two I began to realize how much I missed being in a classroom! I became a part of the Creative Care family in September of 2009. I was hired as the pre-k teacher at Creative Care Jeffersonville.
In February of 2010 Creative Care opened the Plymouth Meeting location and I came here as the pre-k teacher as well as the assistant director. In May 2010, I gave birth to my second daughter Sophia. I took a brief maternity leave and returned after her birth.
Moving forward I took over as the director at Creative Care in Plymouth Meeting and I could not be happier! I value the wonderful staff we have at Creative Care as well as the supportive and nurturing group of people that are a part of our management team. I enjoy coming to work each day, and my favorite part of childcare has always been watching the continuous growth of all the children. I look forward to building strong relationships with all the families that enter Creative Care Plymouth!