Our Centres have a reputation for quality care and affordability, as well as staff who have an understanding of the unique experience of military life. To meet the needs of each developing child we will provide an active, inclusive environment with stimulating activities to enhance all areas of development. The children will be encouraged to direct their own play experiences through the use of adult arranged activities. We understand our Centres are often the preference for military families, however, should families not be able to access our Centres, our Directors and staff will work with families to discuss other child care options available within the community. Currently, there is a waitlist for both centres.
Home care is an increasingly important component of the health care system in Canada. As family caregivers play a growing role in providing care, their need for respite, or time off, is also growing. The purpose of respite is to give the caregiver a break in order to avoid burnout or crisis, to enable the caregiver to take care of necessary activities outside the home, and to support a healthy relationship between the person receiving care and the caregiver. Respite can also provide a break for the person receiving care.
Nova Scotia to dramatically expand, subsidize child care after $35M federal deal
View information about this organization. Program Information: ext Administrative Switchboard: Helps people maintain their health and independence and enable them to remain in their home and community as long as possible. Individuals participating in the program are provided with services, activities and the opportunity to meet old and new friends.
The funding announcement was made at a Halifax-area day care on Wednesday. Nova Scotia is the sixth province or territory to sign on to an agreement reached in June known as the Multilateral Learning and Child Care Framework. The funding will create 15 new regulated child care centres and 90 new home-based child care sites.