An array of programming provides parents, caregivers and children with interactive play-based experiences including Free Play in the Indoor Playground and Family Play & Learn programs. Programs include an array of sessions such as Dadderday Nights, Parenting Tips & Playtime, and Crafternoons.
Each Family Play and Learn session focuses on a specific area of development and consists of free play in engaging play stations, an optional craft activity and a 15 minute play based activity lead by one of our program facilitators. Families are provided with information specific to their child’s development and an activity to do at home.
Early learning programs are also offered in a number of rural communities. Please see Alberta Rural Outreach or call 306-825-5911 for more information.
Pitter Patter Playgroup is a child minding support that runs in conjunction with some of our Parent Education. Space is limited and registration is required.
Inclusive Child Care Consultative Services are delivered across Region 5 to support individual programs to develop and implement Inclusion Action Plans that will better the agencies provision of an inclusive program overall and at times to focus on the inclusion of a specific child. The consultative service to each early learning and child care program is individualized and builds upon existing resources, skills and knowledge. The service components may include: intake and screening, information and referrals, service planning and delivery, partnership and networking and training.
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