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We understand that leaving your infant in child care can be a challenging time for both the parents and the child. We do our utmost to ensure this time is a smooth transition for the entire family. We strongly recommend a transition period where your infant is gradually introduced to the playroom, teachers and peers. The Supervisor will work with your family to create a personal transition plan to meet the individual needs of your child.

An infant’s healthy development is dependent on quality care from loving caregivers. Our teachers are educated, experienced and most importantly, genuinely committed to your child’s growth.  We aim to become your child’s home away from home; surrounded by love, support and positivity.

Our daily schedule incorporates cognitive activities, fine and gross motor activities, learning circles, creative art and outdoor time to ensure development of the whole child. To promote early language development, the teachers and children are constantly engaged in conversation, songs, stories and of course, play!  Our infants learn basic sign language to aid in their early communication skills, boosting their sense of self and social development. We are here to celebrate your child’s milestones and help guide them from one to the next.