Waterloo Infant Toddler Daycare Association is a non-profit daycare that has operated in Waterloo since 1986. We are operated as a non-profit, charitable organization, administered by a volunteer Board of Directors. Our centre Supervisor is Bonnie Aultman RECE and Assistant Supervisor Jennifer Comeau RECE.
Working to create a healthy and stimulating environment for young children.
I ntellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of each child are developed through play.
Team of qualified ECE Staff
Dedicated to each child's well being
Accessible child care for children no matter their ability, cultural, political, racial, socio-economic or religious backgrounds
The goal of the daycare is to provide quality, affordable, accessible non-profit daycare for infants, toddlers, preschool children (Birth to 5 years). The daycare is dedicated to the loving and caring development of the children, while providing a safe and stimulating environment.
The daycare is a nurturing place, a loving extension of the anticipated care and concern generated by the child's family, a place where maximum concern and effort is placed on planning for the child's development level in the areas of physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development. These areas of cognitive and motor development are met through free play and creative activities, outdoor play, circle and rest time, as well as stimulating equipment endeavors. There is time for exploring feelings and always time for hugs. The program will reflect current developments in Early Childhood Education.
The daycare has a strong commitment to nurturing the body with carefully planned snacks and well-balanced meals in accordance with Canada's Food Guide. The daycare believes the children's meals are best made with unprocessed foods with a minimum of food additives and an emphasis on fresh fruit and vegetables.
The daycare will be a place where parents can leave their children without fear or distress, knowing that they are in the next best place to home.