PLEASE NOTE: Monday, May 9th, 2022 – All EarlyON sites will be closed for Professional Development.
March 21st, 2022 UPDATE – Lambton EarlyON Child and Family Centres are transitioning to a full re-opening of EarlyON programs. Each EarlyON site will be at a different stage of the re-opening process, so please connect with your preferred Lambton EarlyON Child and Family Centre(s) to find out what stage of the re-opening process they are in, using the contact emails below.
For upcoming virtual programs, please see the EarlyON Events Calendar.
EarlyON site you are wanting to connect with:
Please use the email list below to connect with your preferred site:
|Lambton College, Coronation, Bright’s Grove||Email [email protected]|
|Forest, Petrolia, Alvinston, Arkona, Camlachie, Grand Bend, Thedford, Watford, Wyoming||Email [email protected]|
|Nwiijkiwensag (Little Friends)||Email [email protected]|
|St. Clair EarlyON||Email [email protected]|
|Corunna, Port Lambton, Brigden||Email [email protected]|
|ON y va Centre – Saint-Thomas d’Aquin||Email [email protected]|
|Parent and Professional Resource Centre (PPRC)||Email [email protected]|
Raising a child is a wonderful journey full of love, hope, dreams, fear, anxiety and joy.
EarlyON Child and Family Centres, and our once a week Mobile programs, help parents, caregivers, and children birth to six years find programs and services that build on their strengths and help them navigate the journey. Places where parents and caregivers can start making connections and build relationships that are essential to realizing a child’s full potential. Where they can learn, grow and connect together.
Children can learn, play, laugh, be curious, make friends and engage with others. Where they can build their sense of belonging and capacity for expression, enhance their own well-being and explore and engage with the world around them.
We offer safe and welcoming environments open to all families across Ontario, with qualified professionals and quality programs, in a place where families and caregivers can find support, advice, personal connections and a network of resources. Where questions get answers, anxiety turns into peace of mind and sense of solitude turns into a spirit of community.
Ministry of Education. (2017). Visual Identity Guidelines. ON:Queens Printer