Our educators are professional childcare providers. Our goal is to provide your child with a clean, safe, comfortable environment where they can play and learn with guidance and loving care while you are at work or attending school.
Dayhome Educators are all rigorously screened. Orientation and training are provided. As a licensed agency, all Alberta Children’s ministry standards must be met - this means that your child is in a regulated home that is monitored regularly and offered many support services private day homes may not be able to access.
Little Bear Dayhome Agency remained an accredited childcare agency until the Accreditation program was discontinued in 2020. We continue to strive to attain this higher standard of care. This involves being accountable to supervisory bodies and ensuring our dayhomes exceed licensing standards.
If you are interested in learning more about Little Bear and our educators, please contact us. We will be happy to assist in meeting your childcare needs!
We provide service for families with children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. Educator to child ratios are regulated and controlled to allow for individual interaction as well as group activities.
Dayhome hours are declared; Parents will sign their specific educator's Hours of Operation outlining availability, operational hours and dates as well as planned dates off. Backup care will be provided if available.
Parents are responsible for obtaining and maintaining subsidy. Little Bear Dayhome Agency will assist parents with subsidy wherever possible.
Communication is integral to a positive relationship between parents, children, providers and the agency. Open communication is encouraged.
Privacy and confidentiality are very important. Documents and information shared with the agency and educators will not be disclosed except for reporting purposes. The Freedom of Information and Privacy Act will be adhered to.
All Educators must have current first aid and CPR certification.
All Educators working with children must be willing to obtain a minimum of a level 1 certification.