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What We Offer
Offering care for children aged 0-12
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The Ohana Centre will provide quality childcare in a safe and caring environment.
The Ohana Centre will provide a safe and caring place for the daycare children to learn and grow. The program will provide a stimulating and diverse combination of creative, participatory, multicultural, structured and free play activities that focus on stimulating emotional, physical, social and cognitive development.
Meet the Team
Our licensed childcare professionals and our support staff are excited to welcome your family to the Ohana Centre.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a waitlist to get my child into daycare?
Possibly. It may depend on your child’s age and the frequency of care you’re looking for. For the most current information, call the center directly at 780-826-2101.
How far in advance should I register my child for daycare?
As soon as you know the date you’ll require childcare, call the center at 780-826-2101. We will put your name on a list and call you to confirm availability as your start date approaches.
Can prospective parents tour the center?
Yes! We would be happy to show you around. Please call the center at 780-826-2101 to arrange a tour.
Do you offer accommodations for children with special needs?
Yes. We have an Inclusive Education Coordinator on staff and we will work to accommodate children with varying physical, emotional, or learning needs. Please discuss your child’s special needs directly with the Program Supervisor.
What should my child bring to daycare?
Children should bring the following:
- A change of clothes (shirt, pants/shorts, socks, and underwear)
- A box of diapers and package of wipes (if required)
- Clean, dry, non-marking inside running shoes
- Weather appropriate outdoor clothing and gear. For summer: a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and bug spray. For winter: snow pants, boots, toque, mittens, face/neck warmer. For spring: rubber boots and splash pants.
- Children may also bring a special blanket or stuffie for naptime. (optional)
Will staff help my child with potty training?
Yes, if parents have initiated the potty training process at home, we will support the process while the child is at daycare.
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