Network’s programs are designed to provide children with opportunities that strengthen their emerging skills and support each child’s needs, abilities and interests.
Learn more about our curriculum here!
Network believes that every child is equally entitled to experience opportunities that enhance and nourish their unique individual needs, abilities, interests and cultural backgrounds. Below are links to key community partners, government agencies and family support documents that support this goal.
Resources for Families
Parenting Groups & Services Toronto Public Health
Best Start Maternal Newborn & Early Child Development
Healthy Kids Toronto Pathway & Resource Listing
City Kids Service Links for Children with Special Needs
Licensing & Quality Standards
Frequently Asked Questions
What will be my fee for child care services?
Fees: Child Care fees are due in advance of each month’s service and are based on the age of your child and the number of days used per month. Please contact us to inquire about our current rates.
Subsidies: Subsidy fee assistance is available for eligible families from the City of Toronto. Click here for information on the Child Care Fee Subsidy
Is there a wait list I can join?
Yes, families can register their child on the wait list for a specific location, or in general for Centre or Home Child Care. Registration on the waitlist does not guarantee a spot, but it does establish a priority position if space becomes available. Please use the contact function below to ask about the waitlist.
Are part-time hours available?
Some Centre locations and Home Child Care premises will accept part-time children (minimum of 3 days a week). Some Home Child Care premises have flexible hours and weekend availability. Please use the contact function below to send us specific details.
Are there any days that you are closed?
Network locations are open year-round, with the exception of statutory holidays and unforeseen public closures (ie snow events, floods, etc.)
What is your policy for sick kids?
We are supportive of working families and try our best to accommodate their needs, but we also must follow the health standard guidelines provided by Toronto Public Health when caring for children in licensed settings. If a child is mildly ill, but is able to participate in the daily routine of the care space, the child can be in care. More severe illness, including contagious diseases, that may prevent a child from participating fully may lead to a child being excluded from care until he or she is free of symptoms.
I would like to open my own Home Child Care Location
Your home might be the perfect place to offer licensed Home Child Care through Network Child Care Services. Home Child Care Providers are self-employed contractors who must undergo a rigorous screening and selection process before their premises are approved and licensed as part of the Agency. Network monitors each Home Child Care location on a regular basis and provides training and support to ensure quality child care standards.
For more information Contact Supervisor: Lisa Guarini
Phone: 416-530-0722 Ex:4014
Is Network hiring?
Network accepts resumes from those interested in joining our professional team of educators at our licensed Child Care Centres or in supply work with our Onsite Care Services. Please submit your resume with cover letter to Human Resources. Resumes are retained for a minimum of 1 year. Applicants who have not been contacted may resubmit their resume after 1 year.
For more information Contact Supervisor: Pamela Tugade
Phone: 416-530-0722 Ex:4120