Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, EarlyON Family Resource Connection continues to be closed.
We are following the directives from the Ministry of Education and other recommendations. At this time we do not have a date when we will re-open. We will update the phone message as more information becomes available.
Take Care and be safe and well.
Hello families and caregivers,
We hope you and your children, and those you look after, are doing well and are staying healthy during these challenging times. We have been thinking of you all, and miss seeing you. You and your children are one of the things that bring us joy.
We recognize these can be difficult times for many, and we want to connect with you if you would like to do so. We have created a new email address which will be checked regularly while the EarlyON is closed. The address is email@example.com
We are also checking phone messages regularly. If you are feeling the need to connect and/or are looking for some support in the area of early childhood related issues, please feel free to contact us by the email above or at 416-690-0102
Until we can safely be together in person, here are some links from our Downtown Montessori sites that we hope you will find helpful and useful. Thank you Downtown Montessori.
We are also working on a list of Community Resources for you to browse.
Take care everyone. Be safe and well.
Jen and Peggy
Toronto Public Health and Community Resources during the COVID 19 Pandemic Document
This is a welcoming program which promotes a strong sense of community.
All children, families, and caregivers are welcome! The building is wheelchair accessible. If you or your child require accomodations, assistance, or support, please let us know how we can help you.
Our early learning drop-in program is FREE and is open to parents/guardians, caregivers, nannies, family members, or any adult who is caring for children from birth to six years of age.
Through ongoing interactions with their caregivers, other children, and a staff of early childhood professionals, children will have many opportunities to “learn through play,” prepare for school, socialize, and make new friends.
Learning through play opportunities are designed to build on children’s interests and strengths, and to promote growth in all areas of development.
Visiting the Family Resource Centre
We are located at the North West corner of Main Street and Gerrard Street East, directly across from the Ted Reeve Arena.
Parking: Limited meter parking is available in the front. Parking is also available on the side streets.
Public Transit: From Main Station, take either the 64 or 135 Bus, or the
Carlton Streetcar. Get off at Gerrard Street East. The centre is on Main Street and will be on your right.
Walking: The centre is approximately a five minute walk South over the bridge from Main and Danforth. There is space for strollers outside.