Child Care Links

The Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario is committed to supporting the needs and goals of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario.
Together We Can make a difference.

Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario

Bringing the community together to take action to prevent and eliminate bullying in Hamilton
Bullying Prevention and Intervention

Ontario’s Maternal Newborn and Early Child Development Resource Centre supports service providers working on preconception health, prenatal health and early child development.
Best Start

Bringing the community together to take action to prevent and eliminate bullying in Hamilton
Bullying Prevention and Intervention

The courses we offer through the Community Education Service have been developed from principles of child development, and are designed to help parents learn skills and gain knowledge about the challenges that face them.
The courses range across the developmental stages as children grow from infants to adults.

Chedoke Community Education Service

The College of Early Childhood Educators (CECE) is a professional self-regulatory organization for Early Childhood Educators formed to protect the public interest and focused on quality and standards in the practice of early childhood education in accordance with the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007. It is the first self-regulatory college for early childhood educators in Canada.

College of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario

Co-ordinated Access for Child Care provides information on Early Development and Learning programs and Initiatives available in the city of Hamilton.

Co-ordinated Access for Child Care

The Centre of Knowledge of Healthy Child Development is dedicated to providing the latest and best information on how to identify, prevent and treat social, emotional, behavioural and learning problems that impede the healthy development of children. We do this by publishing plain language summaries of current and relevant research from around the world along with expert opinion on what works and what doesn’t to improve kids’ mental health. Developed and managed by the Offord Centre for Child Studies, this information is delivered exclusively through our web site
Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development

Affiliated with McMaster University and McMaster Children’s Hospital, the Offord Centre for Child Studies is an internationally recognized research centre focused on the influences that shape the developmental health and well-being of children and youth.

The Offord Centre

Ontario Early Years Centres are places where parents and caregivers can: take part with their children in a range of programs and activities, get answers to questions, get information about programs and services that are available for young children and talk to early years professionals, as well as other parents and caregivers in the community.

Ontario Early Years Centres

For information on Hamilton community programs working together to provide a co-ordinated services response to preschool children with special needs and the day nurseries who enroll them, visit:

The Integration Resources HUB

The goal of the network is to enhance the professional knowledge of those who work with young children, as a way to support healthier outcomes for children and families.

Early Years Ontario Education Network (EYON)


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