Cultural Competence E-Learning Modules Series

Sick Kids Hospital has a series of 15 open-access multimedia and interactive e-learning modules on cultural competence with topics like "Parenting Across Cultures," and "Cross Cultural Communication."  Read more...

Care for Newcomer Children Requirements (CNCR)

“New In Canada” Parenting Support Series – Brochures

There are many challenges facing parents in keeping their children safe. Multilingual New In Canada Parenting Support Brochures are now available online and ready for printing! Read More

All About Child Care Brochure

Newcomer parents using CIC funded settlement services often have a lot of questions about the on-site child care available to their children. All About Child Care is a unique resource for you to give parents who would like to participate in settlement services, to help them understand the child care services available to them. Read More

How to Connect Families with Special Needs Support

Your CNC team’s support can play an essential role in connecting newcomer children with special needs and their families to life-changing support and early intervention. Families are often more likely to talk to another professional if they are introduced by someone they know and trust; but haring concerns can still be challenging. Because your team already has the connection and relationship with the families, it’s important to learn about resources, supports and services that are available in your community and to develop connections. Find out how in this tip sheet, which is available in English and French.

Providing Quality Newcomer Infant Care

The early years are a period of growth and opportunity for children, but they are also a time when children are most vulnerable to harm! This tip sheet examines how to make health and safety your top priorities, support families with sensitivity and understanding, provide culturally-sensitive care, and value diverse parenting practices.

Talk to Your Baby – Multilingual Quick Tips

UK's National Literacy Trust, Talk To Your Baby has produced a series of quick tips for parents and practitioners to help children develop good talking and listening skills. Each sheet is available bilingually in thirteen languages.

Let’s talk About the Early Years

Alberta Health and Wellness, Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health is asking:  Are we doing the best we can to ensure positive futures for children?  Our growing understanding of the early years in a child’s life provides us with an opportunity to re-think what we do to support healthy childhood development.

Tune-In to ACEI Radio!

The Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you ACEI Radio, a program that will focus on the child education issues you really care about. Each brief segment will help keep you abreast of the latest developments in the on-going campaign to promote and support children around the world.

The Gift of Language

The Gift of Language is a good resource to share with families about why speaking home language with children is important, the benefits of speaking using home language, and ideas for language sharing at home.