YMCA Child Care
YMCA Child Care and COVID-19
We know you have questions about your child's care and our YMCA Child Care centres. We appreciate you taking the time to reach out to us with your questions, and thank you for your patience. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions in the document below, and if you feel your question has not been addressed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org again and we will look to provide you with additional information.
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We know childhood is a special time when the seeds of future success are planted. YMCA Child Care encourages the physical, mental and social development of your child.
As Canada’s largest child care provider, the health and well-being of your child is at the core of everything we do. At the Y, you'll find caring and dedicated staff who make every day a special day for your child.
YMCA of Northern Alberta operates 70 child care programs for infants to children 12 years of age (programs vary by location).
|Early years care
|Builds on the natural desire to learn new things, become more self-reliant and interact with others.||Provides care for children who attend a part-time Kindergarten program.||Fills time before and after school and during breaks, constructively and creatively.|
YMCA Child Care offers an array of benefits for your child:
YMCA Child Care is required to meet mandatory licensing regulations and is visited regularly by a provincial licensing officer to ensure programs are in compliance. Reports from these visits are posted in a location that is visible in the programs and are available for families to read. Any recommendations from these reports are used as an opportunity to improve.
YMCA Early Years Child Care is licensed for children up to 6 years of age. YMCA School Aged Care is licensed for children aged Kindergarten to Grade 6. Children must be school attendees to participate in a school-aged program.