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EarlyON Child and Family Centres offer welcoming programs where parents, caregivers and children can participate in fun activities and find resources to support them on their journey.


Oxford EarlyON Child and Family Centres offer free programs for parents and caregivers with children aged 0-6 years. We are committed to providing welcoming places where you can participate in fun activities such as reading, storytelling, sing-alongs and games, get advice from professionals trained in early childhood development, find out about other family services in your community and connect with other families with young children.

Visit our interactive program calendar to see the dates, times, and registration details for each program.

We can’t wait to get to know you and your family!

Ontario’s Enhanced 18-Month Well-Baby Visit

Eighteen months is a milestone in your child's development, and the last regular check-up before your child starts school. It's important to plan a visit to a family doctor or other health care provider and take the time you need to:

  • Ask questions about your child's physical, emotional and social development
  • Learn about specialized community supports and services
  • Get a regular checkup
  • Get caught up on your child's immunizations

Use this easy 18-Month Well-Baby Visit planner to help you think about items you may want to discuss about your child's development with your family's health care provider.


For more information, visit Enhanced 18-Month Well-Baby Visit.

Early Years Check In

The Early Years Check In is a simple tool of 11 items relating to social, emotional, language, movement, thinking and learning skills. Discover what steps you can take to foster your child's development. 

Use this simple and convenient tool to quickly identify any concerns you may have about how your child is developing.

Questions or concerns? Never hesitate to reach out. 

Looksee Checklist

The LookSee Checklist is a quick checklist that looks at 13 key stages of development, from one month - six years of age. It explores key skills most children should master at a specific age. It will help to determine if there are any areas where your child might need extra help.  The checklists are available in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, Russian and Farsi.

Tips to determine what key stage your child is at:

  • If your child falls between 2 ages, use the earlier LookSee Checklist (e.g. for a 4½ year old, use the LookSee Checklist for a 4 year old.).
  • There is no need to adjust for prematurity.

What does it mean if I check more than one "NO" on the survey?

  • Your child may benefit from extra help.
  • Connect with us about any questions you might have (we may not have all the answers, but we know awesome people who will!).
  • Talk to your healthcare and/or childcare provider about your concerns.

Early Literacy Calendar

Each month we create simple ideas that you can do with your child at home to develop their early literacy skills. Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter to get a printable version of the early literacy activity calendar every month.


Let's keep in touch! Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter for additional program information and resources to help support you and your child's development.

Contact Us

Questions? Concerns? Looking for more support? Never hesitate to contact us! 


Call: 519-539-9800 ext 3335