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What are the benefits to becoming a licensed Family Home Centre?, You can provide care for up to eight children in your home, depending on their ages. Families attending a licensed centre are eligible to apply for fee subsidies up to the maximum per diem rates through the Child Care Subsidy program...
Early Childhood, Preschool and School Age Child Centre Licence Application Guidelines
The Family Home Centre Capital Grant is open to licensed Family Home Centres which plan to create new and not previously funded early childhood spaces during 2018-19. This grant will help new and existing operators to expand/renovate their centre and/or purchase equipment. , What are the funding...
Family home child care is one of the child care options available to parents in Prince Edward Island, where children are cared for in a home setting, by someone other than a parent, guardian or family member. , Licensed Family Home Centres, Regulated family home child care is care provided to...
Prince Edward Island’s youngest students are getting a stronger start in writing thanks to provincial government support. As part of the province’s new provincial literacy plan, government is investing $700,000 to hire new early literacy coaches, purchase classroom resources, and specially train...
A time-honoured symbol of teachers and students, even the humble apple can be an all-day learning opportunity at Wee the West early childhood centre in Bloomfield. “We picked apples and talked about how they come in all shapes and sizes and colours,” Wee the West director Katie Melville says. “We...