Welcome to Suzanne’s Approved Dayhome

Hi and welcome to my government-approved family day home. I offer a loving, nurturing, safe environment for your children. Daily activities are planned to promote their emotional, social, physical, cognitive, and creative development. Low-ratio day home. Full-time, part-time, and before and after school care are offered. Main floor day home, lots of natural light, air conditioning, and enclosed backyard. STEM-themed programming, story time, singing, arts and crafts, baking, free play, and daily outdoor time. Home cooked breakfast, lunch, and snacks all planned using Canada’s food guide. Smoke-free, pet-friendly home.

Pets: 2 cats & 1 dog

Churchill Park Family Day Home Agency

Kids @ Churchill Park Family Day Home Agency has been in operation for almost 50 years (Also known as Churchill Park Family Care Society). We have day homes citywide plus Airdrie and de Winton. Government and CUPW subsidies are available to qualifying families. We provide quality childcare in small groups supported by an experienced team of qualified early childhood consultants.

Approved & monitored family day homes follow government and health directives to ensure the safety of children in their care during the pandemic.

Screening and Monitoring

All day home operators providing child care through [email protected] Churchill Park have been carefully screened before being approved. This includes a police clearance check, child welfare intervention background checks, medical clearance, personal reference checks, questionnaires and a full home safety check.

All day home educators are required to complete an approved Child Care First Aid course, obtain a minimum Child Development Assistant Certificate (formally level one) in Early Childhood Education and outline an emergency plan and evacuation map.

Once an educator’s day home has been approved by Churchill Park, it becomes part of a thorough and ongoing monitoring program intended to ensure and improve upon the quality of care provided. Churchill Park Day Home Consultants or Managers visit all day home operators at least once a month to complete monitoring and reports, and to share resources, ideas and information with the child care provider. Additional support visits are provided when a need is identified or if a parent has a concern.

Q What does it mean for a child care program to be accredited?

The Alberta Accreditation program was cancelled in March of 2020. Churchill Park continues it’s commitment to quality child care through reflection and outcomes of it’s own policies and goal setting.

Q What is the difference between an approved dayhome and a private babysitter?

An approved dayhome is a provider who chooses to be affiliated with an agency. The agency oversees the provider’s compliance to standards set by the Government of Alberta www.humanservices.alberta.ca. They also offer support, resources and professional development opportunities. The agency also handles the administration of paperwork, fees and provider payments. Workshops for parents, community resources and referrals to outside agencies to support children’s development are also offered through the agency.

A private babysitter is a person who looks after children in a private residence. They have no affiliation with regulations or licensing.

Q How many children can my provider care for?

In an approved dayhome providers may care for a total of 6 children including their own children under the age of 12 at a time. They may only care for two children under the age of 2 or three children under the age of 3 within the total of 6 children.

Q Are the providers Churchill Park employees?

No. The providers are independent contractors under contract with Churchill Park Family Care Society to provide Day Home spaces that the agency is then responsible for monitoring and ensuring compliance to government standards.

As contractors they are free to set their own hours of operation, fees for child care and holiday and vacation time throughout the year.

Q If I receive child care subsidy can I use a day home?

Child care subsidy can be used in any approved Day Home space in Alberta. Families can apply to Alberta Human Services for child care subsidy to assist them in paying the cost for child care while working or in school full time.

Please go to: www.humanservices.alberta.ca to find out more about the child care subsidy program.

Q Do you provide special needs child care?

Yes, in some of our dayhomes.

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  • School Age (6 – 13 years) Full-time Spots:Waitlist - please contact for further details
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  • Registration Fees:One time $50/family non–refundable
  • Additional Services:Special Needs Child Care
  • Transportation:Yes
  • Length of Care:Full Time Care, Part Time Care, Drop In Care