Our infant day care program : love and trust for children
ages 3 - 14 months

Starting at 3 months,your baby's first year of life is an amazing time, filled with discovery and enormous growth. It's no secret that what your child learns early in his/her life will be critical to have success in school, relationships and life.

It can be difficult to leave your infant in someone else's care and be confident that your child gets the same care and stimulation you would give him/her. YKROK infant program will put your mind infant has an individualized learning program according to his/her needs.

  • Registered nurses and caregivers manage the infants.
  • During "needs something" time staff provide one on one quality attention for the child by meeting basic needs such as feeding, diapering, attachment, napping and communication.
  • During "needs nothing" time staff will join the child with 4 other infants to explore and experience the environment full of toys and activities.
  • We do not establish a formulated schedule; instead our care providers follow the children’s’ schedules.
  • We have a “no shoe policy" in our infant rooms to keep the environment as clean as possible.
  • Children regularly experience the indoor play areas, and outdoors on car rides or on a blanket on the lawn.

Key benefits available at the infant day care:

  • Age appropriate non toxic toys from high end brands.
  • Separate nap area with individualized cribs for each infant.
  • Air conditioned rooms in some centres.
  • CCTV camera / live video link.
  • All women staff.
  • Meals.
  • Make Doctor and ambulance on call.
  • Background screened staff.
  • First aid and CPR trained staff.
  • Child abuse and neglect education.
  • Growth activities for healthy development.
  • Infant milestones monitored.
  • International methods of supervision of infants.
  • Health promotion and protection policies.
  • Safe sleep practices and sids risk reduction.
  • Hygiene diaper changing procedures.
  • Thorough cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting.
  • Staff trained on preventing shaken baby syndrome.
  • Inclusion/exclusion/dismissal of sick infants.
  • Safety covers and shock protection devices for electrical outlets.
  • First aid and emergency supplies available.
  • Written plan and trained nurses for handling urgent medical care.
  • Sign-in/sign-out system authorized persons to pick up child.
  • Air conditioner rooms in some centers.