About the Parent Link Centre

Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre



Connecting Parents to Resources in their Community 

Alberta children’s services continues to lead the way in giving parents flexibility to choose the early childhood development and child care services that meet the specific needs of their children. 

A Parent Link Centre provides parents, caregivers, and their children with supports to ensure that children come to school ready to learn, and ensures parents have the supports needed to help their children develop and fulfill their potential. Parents will be able to access information about community services, obtain referrals, and meet other parents, children, and families, while taking part in quality early learning activities. 

Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre is funded by the Government of Alberta to provide Parent Link Centre Services to all parents and caregivers of children 0 to 5 years of age within Chestermere and Southeast Rocky View. 


Our Centre Offers: 

  • A fully furnished playroom
  • Children's lending library
  • Developmental screening
  • Family support services such as information, referrals and child care registry         
  • Full-time staff
  • Parent support groups and programs with Triple P trained staff
  • Parent resource library
  • Programs for young children to learn and play
  • Space for networking and workshops
  • Toy and clothing exchanges
Please see the Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre Handbook for more information and learn about other programs we offer throughout the year.


Other Nearby Parent Link Centres


Strathmore 
Hand in Hand Parent Link Centre
421 2nd Street
(403) 983-0076
Northeast Calgary
Village Square -
Hand in Hand Parent Link Centre

2623 56th Street NE
(403) 293-5467
Northeast Calgary
Families Matter

158 1440 52nd Street NE
(403) 205-5178

Southeast Calgary
Calgary Aboriginal Parent Link Centre
19 Erinwoods Drive SE
(403) 240-4642

Feedback


Our goal at Kidz 1st Network Parent Link Centre is to provide families with high quality programs and services designed to support the development of children 0 - 5 years of age. Feedback from parents and caregivers, like you, help us achieve this goal. Residents of Chestermere and Southeast Rocky View are invited to provide feedback on early childhood programs you would like to see or continue to see in your community. We would like to thank you in advance for making your voice heard! Email us at plcinfo@chestermere.ca with your thoughts, ideas, questions, and concerns.
Government of Alberta