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Brampton opens new EarlyON Child and Family Centre

EarlyON Opening

Sara Ammar, executive director of Child Development Resource Connection Peel (which runs some of the EarlyON centres in Peel), reads to baby Derek at the EarlyON Child and Family Centre on Worthington Avenue in Brampton. The centre recently opened for families in northwest Brampton. – Bryon Johnson/Torstar

EarlyON Opening

Sara Ammar, executive director Child Development Resource Connection Peel; Noreen Hornsby, early years manager CDRCP; and Lindsy Digironimo, program facilitator at the EarlyON Centre on Worthington Avenue. The Worthington Avenue location recently opened for families in Brampton’s west end. – Bryon Johnson/Torstar

EarlyON Opening

A staff member prepares crafts for children at the EarlyON Centre on Worthington Avenue in Brampton. The centre recently opened for families in the west end of Brampton. – Bryon Johnson/Torstar

EarlyON Opening

Guntas and his mom, Sandeep, play at the EarlyON Centre on Worthington Avenue in Brampton. The centre recently opened for families in the west end of Brampton. – Bryon Johnson/Torstar

A new EarlyON Child and Family Centre recently opened in northwest Brampton – on Worthington Avenue in the Mount Pleasant area. Child Development Resource Connection Peel (CDRCP), in partnership with the Region of Peel, is operating the facility for families residing in Brampton.

EarlyON centres offer free, high-quality programs for parents and caregivers with children from birth to six years old – with no income qualifications required. At EarlyON centres, children and their parents or caregivers meet and connect with other families, interact with knowledgeable staff and find resources in their community. Parents and caregivers are expected to be with the children from the start of the visit to the end.

The province recognizes that Peel Region is one of the fastest growing communities in Ontario, and has continually increased funding to organizations running these child and family centres. There are now a total of seven organizations in Peel Region running centres catered to families with children, and CDRCP is operating 13 centres across the region.

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