Posts in Resources
Making Sense of Trauma: Practical Tools for Responding to Children and Youth

Making Sense of Trauma: Practical Tools for Responding to Children and Youth is a free online webinar designed to help those working with families learn how to use a Trauma-Informed perspective to better understand the relational, neurobiological and developmental impact of trauma on children and youth.

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Dieticians of Canada/Alberta Health Services: Raising Our Healthy Kids information videos

Raising Our Healthy Kids is a series of evidence-based 1-2 minute videos, consistent with information in PEN: Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition®, and providing information to parents and care providers on healthy growth and development of children up to 12 years of age.  The videos were developed by a multi-stakeholder group including Dietitians of Canada and Alberta Health Services and with input from physicians and community stakeholders across Canada.

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IMHP: Hand in Hand Development Support Planning

The Hand in Hand: Growing Together Every Day family of resources provides activities and tips for caregivers to support social and emotional development during the early years, through the creation of a plan that is unique to the child and family. The toolkit includes a series of useful handout sheets for caregivers to assist in fostering.

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Mothercraft: Building Connections Manual

Building Connection:  Supporting Community-Based Programs to Address Interpersonal Violence and Child Maltreatment is a detailed, practical toolkit produced by Mothercraft with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada to provide support to CAPC, CPNP and AHSUNC programs in their work with mothers and children experiencing the effects of Interpersonal Violence (IPV).

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Employment & Social Development Canada: Invitation to Host your own Discussion on the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework

Host your own Discussion on the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework is a toolkit produced by Employment and Social Development Canada offering a Discussion Guide and a Response Template to assist groups to share their ideas together and participate in the engagement  process around the development of the Framework.  “Have your say, share your ideas, and take part in the engagement process!”

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