As of January 2018 ADC has introduced a more effective way of communication with parents.

Now teachers are able to share the many fun things done at the center with parents and have their hard work recognized.

We treat every child as unique, providing them with individual attention on their personal development path. However, whiteboards, emails and newsletters do not reveal this special effort. With HiMama we can exhibit the hard work by providing parents with relevant information specific to their child’s growth.
Parents are often busy when dropping off and picking up their kids from child care. By complementing face-to-face communications with real time picture updates and digital daily reports, we like to delight parents and bridge the gap between learning that happens in our program and learning at home.

***Our fees are all inclusive (Breakfast, Lunch & Snack and our In-house Nursery School Program)
This fee is subsidized and is based on a child Please note these grants are conditional upon a child attending the daycare for a minimum number of hours each month. Part time is upon availability and not guaranteed, days cannot be changed, switched or added to under any circumstances. If full time enrollments are needing space, part time will be given first opportunity before notice is given. ****
New Subsidy Rates and Thresholds with an estimated start date of mid-January 2022
In January 2022, income thresholds for Child Care Subsidy will increase to $179,999, making additional support available to more families who have young children not yet attending Kindergarten.
To further reduce fees for families who need it most, subsidy rates and income thresholds will be adjusted, along with operational grants to programs. This means more Albertans will be eligible for a child care subsidy.
Families with children not yet in kindergarten who meet the other Child Care Subsidy eligibility criteria and earn a gross household income under $180,000 are eligible to apply for subsidy as early as mid-January, 2022. Full subsidy is available to families with incomes up to $119,999 and partial subsidy is available to families with incomes from $120,000 – $179,999.

 We  offer subsidy spaces for those parents who meet subsidy criteria. Subsidy through Alberta Child and Youth Services is available for those families who qualify.  Please see for qualifications and how to apply  (you will be required to give the information recorded on line 150 of your latest Notice of Assessment). For more information you can also check out our APPLYING FOR SUBSIDY page OR Please contact the daycare director for any help with subsidy application.