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Summer Activities

The Child Development Centre offers drop in and playground groups throughout the summer. To find out more information, click the link above!

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What's New?

The centre has a new quarterly newsletter! To view it click here.

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The Kitimat Child Development Centre Association (KCDCA) is a non-profit organization that began operating in the District of Kitimat in 1974. The Centre came into being because a group of parents wanted a variety of services for their children in one central place. This was supported by their pediatrician and together they formed our society.

Over the years the Kitimat Child Development Centre- A Family Resource Centre has evolved into a fully inclusive, family centered, community driven organization. Initially, the Centre provided specialized services to children who were challenged physically, intellectually, socially and/or emotionally. Our services broadened over the years to include youth programs, programs focusing on prevention and support for parents, adult support services, housing support, immigration and newcomer to Kitimat support services.

 

Our Mission

"TO SUPPORT CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES" 

 

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JOB POSTING

 

Parental Leave Job Posting for COMMUNITY LINK Worker for the 2016-2017 School Year. Written applications to be in by August 17th 2016 to Margaret Warcup.

  

 Community Link Posting

 

We would like your assistance in providing feedback for our annual program surveys. With your feedback we are better able to plan for programs that best serve our clients and meet accreditation standards for our CARF review this December 2016. Please follow the link below to give us your input. Thank you!

 

Autism Services Survey 2016

2016 Feedback Survey

 

 

It is with excitement that we announce the release of the 1st edition State of the Child report for Kitimat and Kitamaat Village.  The State of the Child report is a compilation of information pertaining to the socio-demographic environment for children in Kitimat and Kitamaat Village. 

 

Read the report here  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drop in Groups at the Centre

 

“Toddler” Time Drop In

Tuesdays 10:30am-12:00pm

12 months-3 years of age

Older sibling welcome

No Charge

 

 

Healthy Babies Drop In

Thursdays 10:30am-12:00pm

 birth to 1 year of age

Older siblings welcome

No Charge

 

Family Fun Spot

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 

10:00am-12:00pm

birth to 5 years of age

 

Friday is a joint drop-in/Multicultural playgroup

$2.00 drop in fee, if affordable

Parents/caregivers must accompany children.

Please bring a sncak for your child as snacks are not provided.  

 

Carf accredited

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