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Organization: EarlyOn Child and Family Centre - Perth - Stratford  
Phone Numbers: 519-273-9082
Fax: 519-273-7434
Website: www.pcfk.on.ca
Address:
c/o Stratford Early Years Centre
Falstaff Family Centre
35 Waterloo St N
Stratford, ON
N5A 5H6
Intersection: Waterloo St N and Elizabeth St
Location: Southern Perth
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm * Tue 9am-8pm * Sat 9am-12noon
Satellite hours vary, call to confirm
Executives: Jean Ann Goll - Executive Director
Perth Care for Kids
519-348-8618 * jeananng@pcfk.on.ca
Public Contacts: Joanna Osbourne - Coordinator (Stratford Site)
joannao@pcfk.on.ca
Service Description: Provides answers to questions about parenting, information about programs and services that are available for young children and an opportunity to talk to early years professionals, as well as network with other parents and caregivers in the community

Services include:
  • Early learning and literacy programs for parents and their children
  • Parenting programs to support parents and caregivers in all aspects of early child development
  • Information and training programs on pregnancy and parenting
  • Links to other children's programs in the community

Early Years Mobile Locations: (Call for times and locations)
  • Stratford and area

Related Website:

Fees: Free
Application: Call or drop-in
Eligibility / Target Population: Parents and caregivers with children newborn to 6 years
Languages: English
Area Served:
Perth and Middlesex  
See Also: EarlyON Child and Family Centres
Parenting Education

This information was last completely updated on October 1, 2018

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"About Us"
EarlyON Centres are places where parents and caregivers can: take part with their children in a range of programs and activities get answers to questions get information about programs and services that are available for young children and their families talk to early years professionals, as well as other parents and caregivers in the community.