COVID guidelines for licensed child care centres changed on July 1 as part of Alberta’s Open for Summer plan. This includes removing the requirement for cohorts.
See guidance for preschool, day care and out of school care for a detailed outline of the changes.
Under the Early Learning and Child Care Act, a licence is required to operate a child care program that provides care for 7 or more children. The Act and Regulation set out the minimum standards that must be met in a licensed child care program to ensure the safety, well-being and developmental needs of children are met.
This section provides the steps for starting and operating a licensed program and becoming a family day home educator. Programs and educators can also find information on grant funding, online claims, educator certification, and appealing decisions.
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