Best Start: On Track Guide
This guide provides professionals who work with young children and families with some indicators of healthy child development from birth to 6 years of age. It provides information and tools to assist each professional in his observation of the child and encourages professionals to connect children and their families to community resources and, if needed, to appropriate services.
CNC Caregiver Uses CPR to Help Save Man’s Life
Liliane Charbachi is a caregiver with the Durham District School Board’s CNC program. As part of her annual professional development, she renews her CPR training at a PD day event. Read more or listen to her radio interview…
Immigrant families raise healthy, well-adjusted children
A new University of Maryland-led study challenges the assumption that minority and immigrant children are most often disadvantaged or at-risk. Read more…
Multilingual children likely to ace English
Children who speak more than one language do not experience any more difficulty in speaking the language of their home nation, according to a new survey.Read more…
Kindergarten registration is starting in many communities!
You can support the families that you work with by providing multilingual resources on topics like Getting Ready for Kindergarten.
Multilingual Parenting Information
Did you know that Peel CAS has parenting information on topics like Discipline and Supervision
available on their website in ten languages!
Canadian Council on Learning: Early Childhood Knowledge Centre
The Canadian Council on Learning is a catalyst for lifelong learning, promoting and supporting evidence-based decisions about learning throughout all stages of life, from early childhood through to the senior years. Here , you’ll find some quick links to a variety of information on Early Childhood Learning.