A Seattle nonprofit has re-opened after being forced to close due to the Covid-19 virus.
The Inc., a co-working space that combines childcare and work, is now open for business in the Lower Queen Anne/Uptown neighborhood.
"Our reopening is an exciting next chapter for The Inc.," says current board member Sandra Helsley, who started the nonprofit when her older child was a toddler and loved going there to learn and play.
The space, which is open from 8am to 5pm every day of the week, includes a brightly lit room next door where caregivers work, as well as a co-working and co-play space where parents can complete light work tasks while their kids play.
The preschool curriculum focuses on exploration through play, promoting cognitive, social, and emotional development.
In the afternoons, the space transitions into a unique co-working and co-play space.
"Parents can complete light work tasks while supervising their children as they engage in open playtime nearby, allowing them to maximize productivity," the space's website says.
is a "pioneering space which combines co-working with childcare, and prioritizes work-life balance during the early years of parenthood, when it can be the most difficult," the
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