The best choice for your child! Maison du Panda has 75 home daycares in Pierrefonds, Roxboro, Ste-Geneviève and l’Île-Bizard. Matching you with the perfect daycare is their goal.
Why choose home daycare?
Children’s well-being, developpement and safety are our priority!
- Small group, maximum 6 children for 1 adult or 9 children for 2 adults
- Fully subsidized
- Complete house inspections are don prior to opening
- Minimum 3 more inspections yearly, more if needed
- Complete inspection of administrative file: police check, first aid, other documentation
- Stability, your child spend the day with the same person, less stressful
- Home setting, large outdoor play space
- Great for communication, you see the caregiver daily
- The only daycare where you can choose your child’s educator
- Less risk of infections
- Home cooked meals
- Extra subsidy for children with special needs
- Free daycare for parents receiving welfare
- Caregivers and family members have police checks
- Surprise visits to the daycare to check they are respecting regulations
- 75 daycares to choose from: Pierrefonds, île-Bizard, Ste-Geneviève and Roxboro
- They participate in annual training
- They are guided and supported by a great team from our office
Parents can reach, Executive Director, Sandra Notaro, from Maison Du Panda by calling this number (514)675-4541 ext 222.
BC LA MAISON DU PANDA
4999 boulevard St-Charles, suite 201
Sainte-Geneviève, H9H 3M8
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