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Ontario Day Nurseries Act Legislation governing daycare in the province of Ontario. 1990. Updated 2006. Parent Resources 
College of Early Childhood Educators The College of Early Childhood Educators 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. Organisations 
http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/statutes/english/elaws_statutes_90d02_e.htm Days Nursery Act Parent Resources 
http://www.ottawa.ca/residents/childcare/ottawa/financial/calculator_en.html Child Care Subsidy  Parent Resources 
http://www.ottawakids.ca/site/occa/ OTTAWA CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION The Ottawa Child Care Association (OCCA) is a non-profit voluntary organization of licensed child care agencies that have a purchase of service agreement with the City of Ottawa, as well as individual members. OCCA represents the mutual concerns of its member agencies, their staff, parents, and children.  Parent Resources 
http://firstwords.ca/ First Words is Ottawa’s Preschool Speech and Language Program. This program helps preschool aged children living in Ottawa reach their full communication potential. First Words focuses on the prevention, early identification and treatment of speech and language problems. Organisations 
http://www.childcareinformation.ca Child Care Information is a bilingual, non-profit information and referral service on early learning and child care. The program has been mandated by the City of Ottawa to manage the Child Care Centralized Waiting List for all Licensed Child Care Centres and Home Child Care Agencies within the City of Ottawa boundaries. If looking for Sunflower Cooperative Day Nursery Inc.,please click on ward 13 Organisations 
www.crossroadschildren.ca Crossroads Children's Centre is an accredited children’s mental health treatment centre serving youth with serious behavioural or emotional difficulties. Sees children up to age 12, and their families. Provides three core services: Day Treatment, Community Based Family Services, and the Grimes Family Skills Strengthening Program, a two-year pilot project. Crossroads’ programs involve an individualized treatment plan, which is developed in partnership with the parents and child. This may include a wide range of services such as parent support and skills training, crisis intervention, family and individual therapy, anger management, parent-effectiveness training, groups for children who have witnessed violence, and so forth.  Parent Resources 
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