The University of Ottawa is pleased to offer child minding services to registered attendees of Congress 2015. Two child minding services are available, one for children aged 6 months to 5 years and the other for children aged 5 to 12. Both services are bilingual and will operate from 8 am to 5 pm each day of Congress 2015, from May 30 to June 5.
Congress attendees who require child minding services will need to pre-register their children before May 14. Attendees are required to remain on campus while their children are being minded.
Child Minding (6 months to 5 years)
In partnership with the Bernadette Child Care Centre, the University of Ottawa is pleased to offer child minding services for Congress attendees. The goals of the Bernadette Child Care Centre are to foster positive human qualities while providing the care and education appropriate to the children’s development. The program will offer age appropriate morning and afternoon activities and offer care in accordance with the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines. In addition, two snacks and a warm lunch will be provided.
GEE-GEES Camp (5 to 12 years)
The Gee-Gees Camp has created a personalized child minding program for the children of Congress 2015 attendees. This program is perfect for children interested in a variety of activities. Employees of the Gee-Gees Summer Camp are dedicated to helping youth grow and prosper through a healthy mix of leadership, artistic, cultural, academic, athletic and water sports activities. In addition to an unforgettable experience, the Gee-Gees camp includes a camp T-shirt, morning snacks and daily lunches.
Click here for the Child Minding brochure