Posts Categorized: News

National Child Day Celebration

Annually we celebrate the joy of our children and their curious nature.  The County of Lambton is offering free skating in the following communities.

Francophone EarlyON Community Outreach

We are excited to announce our plans for Francophone Community Outreach.  A Registered Early Childhood Educator for the Saint Thomas d’Aquin EarlyON Centre will travel throughout the community, introducing families to the French Language.        You don’t need to speak French to participate and no registration required. Petrolia EarlyON Centre     Monday mornings… Read more »

Early Years Check-In

The EarlyON Centres in Lambton County are assisting the University of Toronto, Inch Lab in promoting the “new” Early Years Check-In.  The Early Years Check-In is a series of questions that asks a parent to rate their level of concern regarding how your child is developing.  It can be completed for children 18 months-6 years. … Read more »

EarlyON Child and Family Centres

Effective January 1, 2018, all family support programs in the province of Ontario, including Ontario Early Years Centres will be known as EarlyON Child and Family Centres.  We will continue to provide opportunities for children from birth to six years of age, to participate in play and inquiry based programs and support parents and caregivers… Read more »

Helping Families Find Child Care-Do You Have an Idea?

The Government of Ontario will be holding Budget Talks for the fourth year in a row. Budget Talks is Ontario’s online, pre-budget consultation tool. It is a public forum for citizens to submit their ideas and discuss others. We’re setting aside up to $5 million  in the Ontario Budget, to fund citizen submitted ideas.  This… Read more »

Special Needs Strategy Information for Families

Pathways Health Centre for Children, has provided an update on the Special Needs Strategy Coordinated Service Plan for families in Lambton County.   Special Needs Strategy Information for Families

Lambton County Children’s Charter of Rights

As Canada’s 150th Birthday approaches, take a few minute to reflect on how important our children are.  They are capable of complex thinking, curious, and rich in potential.  The following link will take you to the charter: