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When traveling on 91 North, take exit 15. At the end of the exit ramp take a right onto route 68. At the first light, take a left onto Research Parkway. Our driveway is the second entrance way on the right (after the driveway into Bristol-Myers Squibb). When traveling on 91 South, take exit 15. At the end of the exit ramp take a left onto route 68. At the first light, take a left onto Research Parkway. Our driveway is the second entrance way on the right (after the driveway into Bristol-Myers Squibb.

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Farewell CDC!!

Center Closing - September 1, 2017

Since the Child Development Center at Bristol-Myers Squibb opened its doors in October of 2000, our qualified and diverse team of professional teachers has been committed to providing the highest quality of care for the families of Bristol-Myers Squibb employees.

It has been a pleasure serving this community for the past 17 years and the memories will last a lifetime.

What Parents are Saying

Our greatest advocates are also our closest friends.

"Thank you for your continued support! Jake was so fortunate to build a special bond with two amazing teachers that have helped to mold him to the toddler that he is today!"

Our Center Programs & Services

Here are a few of our best features.

Full- and part-time early education and preschool, Drop-in / emergency-care, Inclement weather care

Featured Parent Webinar

Quality Early Education: Choosing What's Best for Your Child


We talk to education experts from the National Association for the Education for Young Children (NAEYC) to get insider tips on what to look for in a quality early childhood education program. You’ll hear how NAEYC sets standards and how to select the option best suited to your child’s unique needs.

Bright Horizons Parent Community

Helping dad when mom goes back to workThe Bright Horizons Parent Community is a great place for parents and educators to share ideas, get perspectives and ask questions. Looking for info on potty training your toddler or how to get your preschooler started with chores? This is the place for you.

Bright Spaces Help Children in Crisis

Bright Horizons Foundation for ChildrenBright Spaces - special places for children in homeless and domestic violence shelters and other agencies - help children experiencing trauma. Bright Horizons teachers and employees help create Bright Spaces, support them through volunteering, and make a difference across hundreds of communities and serve thousands of children each year. To learn more, including how you could be involved, visit Making Connections Through Bright Spaces, a digital magazine celebrating the impact our programs make in people's lives.

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