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Children need to be cared for while their parents work. They need to be active, participate in recreation programs and eat healthy food. York Region offers programs, subsidies and information for parents and child care providers to ensure these needs are met.

York Region Public Health offers a guide on how to provide a safe and healthy environment for children in a child care setting.

We help make child care more affordable for low-income families by paying some or all of the cost of child care directly to the child care provider.

York Region provides information to support families with selecting child care options. A variety of resources are available to help select quality child care options.

The Early Development Instrument (EDI) assesses early learning and developmental health of a community’s young children.

The All Our Kids program offers free drop-in centres for parents, caregivers and their children where they can play, learn and network.

York Region provides various types of funding to child care operators through the Child Care Services Agreement.

Call the KIDS LINE (1-888-703-KIDS) to get advice on child care in York Region. The office is open from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

York Region provides nutritional information and workshops to help child care centres encourage children to eat healthy and live healthy lifestyles.

York Region offers subsidies to help low-income families send their children to recreation programs and camps.

The Red Flags Guide is a quick reference guide for early years professionals to assess the growth and development of children up to six years old.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) deliver programs that support children with special needs and their families from birth until they enter school.

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