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Aims to empower parents with the necessary tools and knowledge to effectively advocate for their children’s needs within our local community. The session will highlight available resources, support networks, and services, equipping parents with the skills to navigate educational, healthcare, and social systems on behalf of their children, fostering a proactive and informed approach to parental advocacy.

 

This is a free Parkland School Division Family Session. If you have any questions, please contact Early Childhood Services at 780-963-8429.

Bring your infant (newborn to 6 months old) and join other first time moms as you navigate motherhood together. Each week will focus on a different topic, with time for questions, sharing , and socializing afterward.

Topics may include: speech and language, growth and development, oral health, common concerns, sleep, crying, safety, adjustment to parenting, and nutrition.

Please note that infants must have been born between August 7th and February 7th to attend. Attendees must be first time mothers. There is no childcare for this program.

Registration is required.

A group for moms and those supporting moms who are experiencing postpartum depression or other mood disorders.

 

Socialize with other parents while your babies play in a cheerful, relaxed environment. Plan to meet up with old friends or come and meet new friends for you and your baby.

This drop in is for babies between 0 and 24 months. Pre-registration is not required.

Bring your infant (newborn to 6 months old) and join other first time moms as you navigate motherhood together. Each week will focus on a different topic, with time for questions, sharing , and socializing afterward.

Topics may include: speech and language, growth and development, oral health, common concerns, sleep, crying, safety, adjustment to parenting, and nutrition.

Please note that infants must have been born between August 7th and February 7th to attend. Attendees must be first time mothers. There is no childcare for this program.

Registration is required.

Dinner and information for pregnant women and their partners.

An evening for first time pregnant women and their support partners. Following a light supper, the group will explore topics on how to prepare yourselves to welcome a baby. These include:

  • Mental health challenges pre and post natal and setting realistic expectations
  • Actual preparation – what do you really need to care for a baby
  • How will your dynamic change – honour all roles in the child’s life
  • Communication – managing expectations

Pre-Registration is required.

 

A group for moms and those supporting moms who are experiencing postpartum depression or other mood disorders.

 

Socialize with other parents while your babies play in a cheerful, relaxed environment. Plan to meet up with old friends or come and meet new friends for you and your baby.

This drop in is for babies between 0 and 24 months. Pre-registration is not required.

Bring your infant (newborn to 6 months old) and join other first time moms as you navigate motherhood together. Each week will focus on a different topic, with time for questions, sharing , and socializing afterward.

Topics may include: speech and language, growth and development, oral health, common concerns, sleep, crying, safety, adjustment to parenting, and nutrition.

Please note that infants must have been born between August 7th and February 7th to attend. Attendees must be first time mothers. There is no childcare for this program.

Registration is required.

Learn ways to help your teenager communicate well, develop healthy routines, follow rules, solve problems, manage inappropriate behaviour, and teach emotional self-regulation. Parents also learn how to plan around risk-taking behaviour and risky situations. Think of this session as a toolbox of ideas. You choose the tools you want to make your family life better. You can adapt the ideas you learn to suit your culture, beliefs and personal situation, using them to build better relationships with your child, solve problems, become a more confident mom or dad and give your child the best start to life.

Triple P Teen Group is appropriate for caregivers of children aged 13 – 17 years old.

Registration is required.