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Organization: Lennox and Addington Resources for Children  
Phone Numbers: 613-354-6318
Fax: 613-354-1293
Website: www.larc4kids.com
Address:
465 Advance Ave
Napanee, ON
K7R 3K7
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Darlene Armer - Executive Director
darlenea@larc4kids.com
Service Description: Meeting the diverse needs and demands of today's children and families by providing quality care, ongoing public education and advocacy to the community of Lennox and Addington
 
Amherstview Daycare Centre - Early learning program for children 18 months to six years of age
 
Amherstview School Age Program - Wide range of play base  activities designed to meet the changing needs of children from junior kindergarten through age 12
 
Bath School Age Program - Wide range of play based activities designed to meet the changing needs of children from junior kindergarten through age 12
 
Camden Community Day Care - Early learning program for children ages six weeks to six years of age
 
Fairfield School Age Program - Wide range of play base  activities designed to meet the changing needs of children from junior kindergarten through age 12
 
Home Child Care - Lennox and Addington Resources for Children - Home Child Care is supervised child care provided in a caregiver's home * licensed by the Ministry of Education
 
JJ O'Neil School Age Program in Napanee - Offers a wide range of play base activities designed to meet the changing needs of children from junior kindergarten through age 12
 
Millcreek Child Care Centre - A licensed child care centre  offering early learning programs for infants to  six years of age
 
Millcreek School Age Program - Millcreek School Age Program offers a wide range of play base activities designed to meet the interests and  changing needs of children from junior kindergarten through age 12
 
Ontario Early Years Child and Family Centres - Assists parents and childcare providers in their caregiving role
  • playgroups
  • newsletters
  • workshops
  • guest speakers and resource library
  • playgroups
  • prenatal and postnatal support
  • school readiness programming
  • literacy supports
  • other parenting and childcaring supports
 
Resource Teaching Program - The Resource Teaching Program is designed to work in partnership with families of children birth to 12 who are experiencing barriers to development * may include physical, social, emotional, communication, environment and/or learning areas of development* families need to have a goal to participate in a licensed childcare setting

Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Lennox and Addington County and surrounding areas  
See Also: Child Care - Early Childhood Education Centres
Community Resource Centres

This information was last completely updated on August 25, 2017

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