The Whitney Child Centre is committed to developing policies, practices, and procedures that provide accessible quality services to its clients and their children. Services will be provided to clients with disabilities in a manner that promotes and respects dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity.

The Whitney Child Centre is committed to communicating with clients with disabilities in alternative ways that take into consideration their disability. Please contact the Supervisor to arrange for accommodations such as accessible formats or communication supports.

We welcome feedback on how we provide services to clients, staff or members of the public with disabilities. Our goal is to ensure we meet the needs and expectations of our clients and their families with disabilities. Comments on our services regarding how well those expectations are being met are welcomed and appreciated. Whitney Child Centre accepts feedback in a variety of ways including in person, by telephone, in writing or electronically. Our Policies and Feedback Form are available in our lobby and on this website.

Please click here to download the AODA feedback form.

Our staff value and uphold the ELECT principles:

Positive experiences in early childhood set the foundation for lifelong learning, behavior, health and well being. 

Partnerships with families and communities are essential.

Respect for diversity, equity and inclusion is vital.

An intentional, planned program supports learning.

Play and inquiry are learning approaches that capitalize on children’s natural curiosity and exuberance.

Knowledgeable, responsive and reflective educators are essential.