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EarlyON Programs 

EarlyON Child and Family Centres offer a range of quality, drop-in programs that are free and open to parents, caregivers and their children, aged 0 - 6 years.

Here, families learn, grow and connect together.

Parent-Child Bonding

Our programs offer opportunities for families to spend quality time with their children in a setting that promotes positive interaction. Engaging in activities together can strengthen the parent-child bond.

Learning through Play

Our programs provide age-appropriate activities that are designed to promote learning through play. These activities are designed to stimulate cognitive, physical, social and emotional development in young children.

Resource and Information Sharing

EarlyON programs are a valuable source of information and support for parents. It's a chance to meet other families who may be facing similar challenges and get support from our Early Childhood Educators.

Early Learning Support

Early Childhood Educators at our programs can provide guidance on early childhood development and offer resources for parents and caregivers, including speech & language and developmental checklists and questionnaires.

Socialization

EarlyON programs provide a structured and supportive environment for children to interact with their peers. This early socialization can help children develop important social skills, such as sharing, taking turns, and cooperation.

Community Connection

Our programs are community-based, fostering a sense of belonging and connection among families. Building a network of local families can be beneficial for parents, caregivers and their children.

Developmental Milestones

Attending EarlyON programs can help parents become more aware of their child's developmental milestones. Educators can provide insight into age-appropriate behaviors and activities that support healthy development.

Transition to School

For older children, our programs can serve as a gentle introduction to a more structured learning environment, helping them transition to school with greater ease.

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