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Licensed Group Child Care – School Age

A Licensed School Age program operates in a licensed facility and provides daycare services for school age children, typically both before and after school hours. The ration of adults to children in a school age setting is 1 adult/12 children. Some programs may have teachers trained in Early Childhood Education and Care, or will have care providers that meet licensing requirements of a Responsible Adult.Read More
Work Phone: Squamish CCRR 604-815-4144 Work Phone: Whistler/Pemberton CCRR 604-894-6101
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A Licensed School Age program operates in a licensed facility and provides daycare services for school age children, typically both before and after school hours. The ration of adults to children in a school age setting is 1 adult/12 children. Some programs may have teachers trained in Early Childhood Education and Care, or will have care providers that meet licensing requirements of a Responsible Adult.

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Licensed Multi-Age Group Child Care

A Licensed Multi-Aged program operates in a licensed facility and provides daycare services for children 0-5 years of age. The ratio of adults to children in a multi-aged setting is 1 adult/8 children. Teachers are trained in Early Childhood Education and Care. Multi-aged settings are a lovely alternative to the larger group child care settings as they provide opportunities for sibling groupings and a smaller environment in which children can play and learn.Read More
Work Phone: Squamish 604-815-4144 Work Phone: Whistler/Pemberton 604-894-6101
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A Licensed Multi-Aged program operates in a licensed facility and provides daycare services for children 0-5 years of age. The ratio of adults to children in a multi-aged setting is 1 adult/8 children. Teachers are trained in Early Childhood Education and Care. Multi-aged settings are a lovely alternative to the larger group child care settings as they provide opportunities for sibling groupings and a smaller environment in which children can play and learn.

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Licensed Preschool

A Licensed Preschool program operates in a licensed facility and provides a half day program for young children 3-5 years. As with full day programs, preschool curriculums will differ but all aim to provide optimum learning and play opportunities for young children.  Similar to full day programs, half day preschool programs support children's interest in learning by providing as safe, secure, and developmentally appropriate environment.…Read More
Work Phone: Squamish CCRR 604-815-4144 Work Phone: Whistler/Pemberton 604-894-6101
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A Licensed Preschool program operates in a licensed facility and provides a half day program for young children 3-5 years. As with full day programs, preschool curriculums will differ but all aim to provide optimum learning and play opportunities for young children.  Similar to full day programs, half day preschool programs support children’s interest in learning by providing as safe, secure, and developmentally appropriate environment. Preschool teachers are trained in the field of Early Childhood Education and Care.

 

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Meadow Park Sports Centre – Whistler

Meadow Park Sports Centre is a large world-class, award-winning multi-purpose recreational facility. Start your fitness routine at Meadow Park Sports Centre. The state-of-the-art facility features: Read More
Work 8625 Highway 99 Whistler BC V0N 1B8 Work Phone: (604) 935-7529 Website: https://www.whistler.ca/culture-recreation/recreation/facility-features
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Meadow Park Sports Centre is a large world-class, award-winning multi-purpose recreational facility.

Start your fitness routine at Meadow Park Sports Centre. The state-of-the-art facility features:

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Ministry of Children and Family Development

Provides child protection services, fostering and adoption for children and youth, mental health programs, youth probation services and assistance for children 19+ years or younger.Read More
Work Box 1550 Squamish, BC, V8B 0B1 Work Phone: Phone: 604-892-1400 / Fax: 604-892-3724 Website: http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca
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Provides child protection services, fostering and adoption for children and youth, mental health programs, youth probation services and assistance for children 19+ years or younger.

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Mt. Currie Health Centre Early Intervention Program

Home Box 161, Lot 201 Black Bear Road Xit’olacw Mt. Currie, BC V0N 2K0 Work Phone: 604-894-6656
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Available supports include: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, family support and access to daycare services.  Other services available include the Infant Development Program, Community Health Nurse, Well-Baby Clinic, Pqusnalhcw Child Care Centre and Child Wellness Worker.

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N’QUATQUA CHILD & FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

Milk Program Milk Program [provides milk for all prenatal and nursing mothers and children up to 6 years of age living in N'quatqua. Mothers will receive 2-4 liter jugs every two weeks. Prenatal and Preschool Nutrition Support Program Provides coupons and information on healthy eating for all prenatal and nursing mothers for up to six months, 604-452-3290 Fax 604-452-3280 Parent Tot Program Friday 9:00-1:00pm 604-452-3584 N'Quatqua Head Start Preschool Group Daycare Women's Support Group Community Drumming night (First Wednesday of each month) Community Evens and Potluck Dinner (3rd Wednesday of each month) N'Quatqua Family Library & Resource Program    Read More
Work Phone: BAND OFFICE 604-452-3584
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Milk Program

Milk Program [provides milk for all prenatal and nursing mothers and children up to 6 years of age living in N’quatqua. Mothers will receive 2-4 liter jugs every two weeks.

Prenatal and Preschool

Nutrition Support Program

Provides coupons and information on healthy eating for all prenatal and nursing mothers for up to six months,

604-452-3290

Fax 604-452-3280

Parent Tot Program

Friday 9:00-1:00pm

604-452-3584

N’Quatqua Head Start Preschool

Group Daycare

Women’s Support Group

Community Drumming night (First Wednesday of each month)

Community Evens and Potluck Dinner (3rd Wednesday of each month)

N’Quatqua Family Library & Resource Program

 

 

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NOBODY’S PERFECT PROGRAM

Free parenting program for parents who are isolated and are parenting at least one preschooler. This 6 week program has free child care, snacks and transportation, if required. For scheduling information, please contact Squamish Child Care Resource Referral Program office: 604-815-4144 Toll Free 1-877-892-2022 Fax: 604-815-4140    Read More
Sea to Sky Community Services Society
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Free parenting program for parents who are isolated and are parenting at least one preschooler. This 6 week program has free child care, snacks and transportation, if required.

For scheduling information, please contact

Squamish Child Care Resource Referral Program office:

604-815-4144 Toll Free 1-877-892-2022

Fax: 604-815-4140

 

 

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Nutritionist

The Community Nutritionist will consult with communities, as well as provide information on nutrition, health promotion and advocacy.  To contact the Nutritionist please call your local health unit or the contact number below. Dietitian Services at HealthLink BC (formerly known as Dial-A-Dietitian) provides nutrition information for British Columbians via ww.healthlinkbc.ca/dietitian or by calling 8-1-1 and asking to speak with a Register Dietitian.…Read More
Vancouver Coastal Health (Coast Garibaldi) Contact: Serving Squamish to Pemberton Work Phone: Phone: 604-892-2293 / Toll Free: 1-800-892-2231 Website: http://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthyeating/
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The Community Nutritionist will consult with communities, as well as provide information on nutrition, health promotion and advocacy.  To contact the Nutritionist please call your local health unit or the contact number below.

Dietitian Services at HealthLink BC (formerly known as Dial-A-Dietitian) provides nutrition information for British Columbians via ww.healthlinkbc.ca/dietitian or by calling 8-1-1 and asking to speak with a Register Dietitian.

Dietitian Services specializes in nutrition information based on the most current scientific sources.

 

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Occasional Child Care

Occasional child care is available for children 18 months to 6 years of age. A child may be enrolled in occasional child care no more than 8 hours per day and no more than 40 hours per calendar month. The adult to child ration for children 0-36 months is 1 adult/y children. The adult to child ration for children 36 months and up is 1 adult/8 children.…Read More
Work Phone: Squamish CCRR 604-815-4144 Work Phone: Whistler/Pemberton CCRR 604-894-6101
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Occasional child care is available for children 18 months to 6 years of age. A child may be enrolled in occasional child care no more than 8 hours per day and no more than 40 hours per calendar month. The adult to child ration for children 0-36 months is 1 adult/y children. The adult to child ration for children 36 months and up is 1 adult/8 children. Care providers in occasional care setting meet the licensing requirements of a Responsible Adult and are not required to be trained teachers in Early Childhood Education and Care.

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Occupational Therapy for children 0-6

The Occupational Therapist provides support to help the child develop the skills needed to carry out activities of daily life such as eating, dressing, toileting, play and learning. The Occupational therapist will assist the child in gaining motor, cognitive and social skills.  Referrals can come from the parent, and other ECD professionals.  Families must want the referral made. …Read More
Sea to Sky Early Learning and Child Development Center Contact: Squamish and Squamish First Nations Work 38073 Second Avenue, Squamish, BC V8B 0A7 Work Phone: Phone: 604-892-8454 / Fax: 604-894-8456
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The Occupational Therapist provides support to help the child develop the skills needed to carry out activities of daily life such as eating, dressing, toileting, play and learning. The Occupational therapist will assist the child in gaining motor, cognitive and social skills.  Referrals can come from the parent, and other ECD professionals.  Families must want the referral made.  Participation in the program is voluntary and FREE of charge.

Whistler, Pemberton and Area

1357 Aster St., Pemberton, BC

Phone: 604-894-6106/ fax: 604-894-6333

 

Mount Currie

Phone: 604-894-6656 / Fax: 604-894-5639

 

 

 

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PARENT  INFANT  DROP –IN  PROGRAMS

Informal drop in program for moms and dads, and their infants. Come and meet other parents and children. Public Health Nurses are available to weigh and measure your baby and assist you with your Questions and concerns. Speakers are often invited to share information and resources with families. For information on drop in times in your community please contact the Health Units below: PEMBERTON HEALTH UNIT 604-894-6939 WHISTLER HEALTH UNIT 604-932-3202 SQUAMISH HEALTH UNIT 604-892-2293 OR check out our EVENTS pageRead More
Vancouver Coastal Health
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Informal drop in program for moms and dads, and their infants. Come and meet other parents and children. Public Health Nurses are available to weigh and measure your baby and assist you with your Questions and concerns. Speakers are often invited to share information and resources with families. For information on drop in times in your community please contact the Health Units below:

PEMBERTON HEALTH UNIT

604-894-6939

WHISTLER HEALTH UNIT

604-932-3202

SQUAMISH HEALTH UNIT

604-892-2293

OR check out our EVENTS page

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PARENT EDUCATION  WORKSHOPS

Family Development Program
  • Strengthening Families Program
  • Parenting Wisely
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COST IS MINIMAL Phone today for more information on registration and for locations of Parent Education Workshops in other communities along the sea to sky corridor.    Read More
Sea to Sky Community Services Society Work Phone: 604-892-5796 Work Phone: Toll Free 1-877-892-2022
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Family Development Program

  • Strengthening Families Program
  • Parenting Wisely
  • Interactive CD-room program used with parents and support worked

COST IS MINIMAL Phone today for more information on registration and for locations of Parent Education Workshops in other communities along the sea to sky corridor.

 

 

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Pediatric Massage Therapy

Pediatric Massage helps to support parents and caregivers.  Consulting a Pediatric Massage Therapist can help establish a healthy touch routine for you to implement with your child. The following benefits have been documented in research findings: For Infants: Improved weight gain Improved gastrointestinal health (colic) Improved respiratory function Improved parent/infant interaction Improved sleep patterns Improved long-range behavioral and developmental testing scores For Children: Improved muscle tone Improved joint mobility Improved respiratory function Improved sleep patterns Improved gastrointestinal health Improved self-esteem, body awareness and body confidence.Read More
Work Phone: Contact a massage therapist in your area
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Pediatric Massage helps to support parents and caregivers.  Consulting a Pediatric Massage Therapist can help establish a healthy touch routine for you to implement with your child.

The following benefits have been documented in research findings:

For Infants:

Improved weight gain

Improved gastrointestinal health (colic)

Improved respiratory function

Improved parent/infant interaction

Improved sleep patterns

Improved long-range behavioral and developmental testing scores

For Children:

Improved muscle tone

Improved joint mobility

Improved respiratory function

Improved sleep patterns

Improved gastrointestinal health

Improved self-esteem, body awareness and body confidence.

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Pemberton & District Community Centre

Jointly operated by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District and the Village of Pemberton, the Pemberton and District Community Centre is located in the heart of Pemberton. It hosts modern amenities and a number of programs for residents and visitors of all ages. Day of Week Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m.…Read More
Work 7390 Cottonwood St Pemberton BC V0N 2L0 Work Phone: (604) 894-2340 Website: http://www.slrd.bc.ca/recreation-culture/community-facilities/pemberton-area-c-facilities/pemberton-district-community-centre
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Jointly operated by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District and the Village of Pemberton, the Pemberton and District Community Centre is located in the heart of Pemberton. It hosts modern amenities and a number of programs for residents and visitors of all ages.

Day of Week Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Statutory Holidays CLOSED
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The Pemberton and District Community Centre offers recreation, fitness and social opportunities for all ages.

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Pemberton & District Public Library

Check out our events calendar for updated times! Infant Storytime: This is an interactive storytime for both caregiver and baby. Join in the fun which includes songs, rhymes and stories. Toddler and Preschool Storytime: This is a fun storytime filled with great books, rhymes, puppetry and songs! Meet new faces and make friends with other caregivers and children.…Read More
Work Phone: (604) 894-6916 Website: Pemberton & District Public Library
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Check out our events calendar for updated times!

Infant Storytime: This is an interactive storytime for both caregiver and baby. Join in the fun which includes songs, rhymes and stories.

Toddler and Preschool Storytime: This is a fun storytime filled with great books, rhymes, puppetry and songs! Meet new faces and make friends with other caregivers and children.

Parent Infant Drop-In for parents with infants 0-12 months. it is facilitated by a public health nurse and runs on Mondays in the Children’s Library.

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