June 15, 2022 - Amazing News for Children Families and Home Child Care Providers!!!
The Canada-Wide National Child Care Plan is coming and you can be part of this tremendous milestone in Early Childhood Education! Daycare Connection is expanding our connections in the community to partner with additional dedicated home childcare providers to join our team. Because children and families deserve the very best. We are proud to announce... Read more »
This is a welcoming program which promotes a strong sense of community.
All children, families, and caregivers are welcome. The building is wheelchair accessible including an accessible washroom.
Offering equitable programs is important to us. We do our best to create a sense of community in a welcoming inclusive environment where everyone feels that they are heard and included and that they belong. Please let us know if you have suggestions about how we might make our space more inclusive.
If you or your child require accommodations, assistance, or support, please let us know how we can help. We’re here if you need us.
There is no cost to come to the Family Resource Centre, which is open to parents/guardians, caregivers, nannies, family members, or any adult caring for children from birth to six years of age.
Learning opportunities are designed to build on children’s interests, strengths, development, and emerging skills. Activities and experiences are crafted to encourage play, inquiry based learning, exploration, engagement and expression.
During their time at the EarlyON children develop skills such as self-regulation, empathy, taking turns, socialization, making new friends, and practicing routines to help prepare them for child care and school,
Warm responsive interactions between children, their families and caregivers, early childhood educators, and family resource providers help to create a sense of belonging and well-being.
Visiting the Family Resource Centre
We are located at 184 Main Street on 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 and at Ted Reeve Arena.
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.
Family Resource Centre
184 Main St, Toronto