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Finding affordable transportation

Finding affordable transportation

Not everyone has a car. And, even for those who do, finding affordable ways to get around town can make a big difference in the family budget.

 


Finding before- and after-school child care for school-aged children

Finding before- and after-school child care for school-aged children

Parents and caregivers of school-aged children who work or attend school, will continue to need quality care for their kids—before and after school, on PD days and school holidays. Fortunately, most schools have a licensed program for school-aged kids ages four to 12 right on site.


Finding child care for kids with special needs

Finding child care for children with special needs

Licensed child care centres, homes and before- and after-school programs in Greater Sudbury welcome all children. Kids with special needs—including those with autism, delayed development, physical disabilities and medical conditions—are integrated with other kids their age.


Finding child care that’s right for you

Finding child care that’s right for you

If you’re looking for child care for an infant or toddler, or for children up to 12-years old, go to the Greater Sudbury Child Care Registry and connect with licensed child care centres in our community.


Finding programs and services for Aboriginal families with school-aged children

Finding programs and services for Aboriginal families with school-aged children

Aboriginal families—both status and non-status—can choose from a range of programs and services designed to help them safeguard their health, language, traditions and culture.


Finding programs and services for Aboriginal families—from pregnancy to preschool

Finding programs and services for Aboriginal families—from pregnancy to preschool

Aboriginal families—both status and non-status—can choose from a range of programs and services designed to help them safeguard their health, language, traditions and culture.


Finding recreational activities for kindergarten and school-aged children, and getting help paying for them

Finding recreational activities for kindergarten and school-aged children, and getting help paying for them

Starting around ages four and five, many children show an interest in organized recreation, arts and sports programs.


Finding recreational activities for toddlers and preschoolers, and getting help paying for them

Finding recreational activities for toddlers and preschoolers, and getting help paying for them

While young children aren’t ready for organized sports, children this age can often benefit from taking part in recreation and learning programs in the community.


Finding summer child care and day camps for school-aged kids

Finding summer child care and day camps for school-aged kids

Parents and caregivers of school-aged children who work or attend school themselves are likely to need quality care for their kids over the summer. Other families may enroll their kids in summer programs to introduce them to new activities, or help them keep busy, make new friends or develop skills.


Finding the things your kids need in order to learn, grow and develop

Finding the things your kids need in order to grow and develop

Chances are, you’re already well aware that raising kids can be expensive. But, families don’t have to spend a lot of money to make sure their kids have the kinds of books, toys and equipment that kids need in order to grow and develop.

 


 

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