Embolden PDC Community Standards
Learn more about the Embolden PDC Community Standards and how we encourage our community to go above and beyond the minimum standards for unlicensed child care in Alberta.
ALBERTA REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE CARE
Maximum 6 Children
Alberta law states that a childcare license is required for any childcare program that cares for more than 6 children. This means that unlicensed childcare providers can care for a maximum of 6 non-custodial children at one time (6 children plus their own). Multiple providers are permitted in one home – but this does not increase the number of children that can be cared for.
ALL VERIFIED PROVIDERS HAVE
Criminal Record Check
Clean criminal record check with vulnerable sector, renewed each year.
Intervention Record Check
Clean Children’s Services intervention record check, renewed each year.
First Aid & CPR
Valid first aid certification from a recognized training program.
To be considered a member in good standing, Embolden PDC members must abide by the legislation set out by the province of Alberta. If Embolden PDC is made aware of a member who has failed to follow Alberta legislation they will be removed as a member of Embolden PDC immediately. We accept parent feedback regarding Embolden PDC members at anytime. Frequent and repetitive negative feedback will be investigated and a member may lose verified member status if applicable.