Hello and welcome to Care-a-lot of Fairport. We have three locations in Fairport to serve you. Our main center for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age is at 1 Hamilton Road, which is conveniently located right next to Northside and Dudley Elementary Schools. Next door to the main center is our school-age facility at 1683 Whitney Road. We also have another school-age facility located across the street from the Jefferson Ave elementary school at 316 Jefferson Avenue. Our hours of operation are 7:00am-6:00pm Monday-Friday at our main center, and we offer before and after school care at our school-age centers. Click the "More About Our Facilities" section below to learn more about each center.
Now that you have had a glimpse of our center, come in and see what caring feels like by visiting and meeting our staff. You can do so by clicking the "Take A Tour" button on this page and scheduling a tour. We look forward to your visit!
Ms. Brianne's Bio
Brianne was hired at Bates Rich in 2019 as the Program Support Specialist and shortly thereafter was promoted to Center Director. Brianne has extensive experience in child care and has been working in childcare for over 20 years. She has had the privilege of being a substitute teacher in FCSD and VCSD, Curriculum Coordinator, interim EPK/UPK teacher, Assistant Director, and a Lead Teacher in multiple age groups. Working with children has always been a passion for Brianne and she fell in love with the field when she saw the impact she was having on her then-school-age families at the start of her career.
Brianne enjoys working at Care-a-lot because of the support and family feel of the company.
Brianne graduated from Nazareth College of Rochester with a Bachelors's in Psychology and Quad Teaching certifications in elementary and middle school levels in regular and special education. She immediately went on to complete her Master's in Inclusive Childhood. Brianne is happy to bring her skills learned to the center and share her passion for inclusion and making a difference in the lives of our young children.