Bruce County survey seeks input on Child Care and Early Years Services

Bruce County has begun developing an updated Child Care and Early Years Service System Plan for 2024 to 2029 and wants to hear input from parents and guardians of children aged 0 to 12 years old who reside in Bruce County, through an online survey.

Feedback gathered from this survey will help Bruce County ensure that all children and families have access to a range of high-quality, inclusive, and affordable early years and child care programs and services that are centered on the child and family and contribute to children’s learning, development, and well-being.

Take the Parents and Guardians Survey, available now!

Parents and guardians are asked to share input by Sunday, March 17, 2024 deadline. This opportunity to provide feedback will only take a few minutes to complete and responses will only be published in anonymous format.

For those unable to complete the survey online …

“Input from parents and guardians of the County’s youngest residents is essential for enhancing the programming and partnerships that support early learning and development,” adds Warden Chris Peabody. “By working collaboratively with partners and the public, Bruce County is actively and strategically building strong and inclusive communities.”

Bruce County Children’s Services will also be engaging and consulting with child care operators and service partners in the months ahead to develop the updated Child Care and Early Years Service System Plan.

Discover more about Bruce County Children’s Services.