Fort McMurray and Rural Areas
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Meet the Team
Dayhome Application Form
Country of citizenship:
Are you over 18 years of age?
Name of Neighbourhood
Are you a permanent resident of Canada that can legally work in Canada?
N/A - I am a Canadian citizen.
A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada, but is not a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents are citizens of other countries. A person in Canada temporarily, like a student or foreign worker, is not a permanent resident.
What type of home do you live in?
Do you own your home?
Do you have permission from your landlord to operate a dayhome?
I own my home
Do you have a yard?
Is your yard fenced?
Does anyone in your household smoke?
Other than yourself, how many individuals live in the home that are 18 years or older?
Do you have children of your own? (age and gender)
Are you presently caring for children other than your own?
What makes you interested in becoming a Dayhome Provider?
Are you committed to being a long-term quality educator?
When would you like to start your dayhome?
Level 1 or Child Development Assistant
Level 2 or Child Development Worker
Level 3 or Child Development Supervisor
Other (See Below)
Have you ever been with another Dayhome Agency?
Languages spoken (other than English)
Do you have pets? If so, what kind and how many?
What play/child care equipment do you have?
Are you planning to use your vehicle to transport children?
What type of activities would you provide for the children?
List 5 examples of field trips you would take with the children and how you will get there
What form of child guidance do you use?
What ages of children would you prefer to care for?
Where in your home will you be setting up your playspace?
How did you hear about us?
Comments or Questions?