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Self-Care for Caregivers booklet

Responding to Stressful Events: Self-Care for Caregivers is a booklet produced by The Public Health Agency of Canada that gives caregivers practical tips for maintaining their effectiveness and health through self-care management and routines. Read the full story

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Post-Partum Depression Support Videos for Parents

26 November 2014

The Pacific Post Partum Support Society (PPPSS) has produced a series of short video interviews with families working through the symptoms of post-partum depression/anxiety (PPD/A).

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Posted in Parenting, Research + Innovations

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Upcoming CAPC, CPNP and AHS Trainings

26 November 2014

Read about upcoming CAPC, CPNP and AHS trainings for Vancouver Coastal, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island.

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Posted in Opportunities, Training

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Reducing Risk of Food Allergy in Your Baby

26 November 2014

HealthLinkBC has produced a Reducing Risk of Food Allergy in Your Baby online resource for parents.

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Posted in Injury Prevention, National Priorities

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Kelty Mental Health Attachment Theory Resource Sheet

26 November 2014

Kelty Mental Health provides a useful Attachment Theory resource sheet.

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Posted in Parenting, Research + Innovations

Professional Development for Early Years Community Developers

26 November 2014

The Early Years Community Development Institute (EYCDI) has updated their online guide for Early Years Community Developers as a tool to discover personal strengths and skills for leveraging the knowledge and abilities of the people with whom you work.

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Posted in Program Delivery, Program Management

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Hiring Immigrant Talent—Free Online Course

26 November 2014

The Human Resources Management Association (HRMA) is offering an online course, free until December 31, 2014, to help employers improve their skills to attract and retain immigrant talent in their workplace.

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Posted in Human Resources, Program Management

Vancouver Inspiration Pass

26 November 2014

A free cultural and recreational pass program that allows families and teens to get out and explore the city.

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Posted in Announcements, Keeping In Touch News

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November Programs and Training

31 October 2014

Aboriginal Infant Development programs and training, as well as upcoming CAPC, CPNP and AHS trainings funded by the PHAC.

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Posted in Opportunities, Training

Autism Community Training

31 October 2014

Autism Community Training (ACT) invites leading practitioners and researchers from across the world to come together and share their insights with BC parents and professionals. A series of events over the next few months will have particular relevance to families with pre-school-aged children.

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Posted in Opportunities, Training

New Safe Infant Sleep Toolkit: Honouring Our Babies

31 October 2014

The First Nations Health Authority has produced a new Safe Infant Sleep Toolkit Honouring Our Babies Safe Sleep Cards & Guide. Responding to research findings that, in BC, First Nations and Aboriginal babies have higher risk of SIDS death, this tool kit is designed to help service providers discuss safe sleep practices to help reduce the risk factors.

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Posted in Aboriginal Community Updates, Research + Innovations

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Children’s Mental Health Learning Series: Alberta Human Services

Added on 26 November 2014

The Children’s Mental Health Learning Series, produced by Alberta Human Services, is designed to provide caregivers, families and professionals with helpful information to increase knowledge and support children and youth with mental health concerns.

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The Keeping In Touch eNewsletter has been developed for the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC), Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) and Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia (AHSUNC) programs and staff. This resource is produced by Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

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