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NEW ONLINE TUTORIAL- UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S SETTLEMENT: THE BASICS

NEW ONLINE TUTORIAL- UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S SETTLEMENT: THE BASICS

New resource: Adding French to your English event

The Health Promotion French Language Services Capacity Building Committee routinely included French in their conferences, workshops and events. Their new resource, based on what they have learned, will give you tools and tips on how to plan events that successfully and easily include a second language – even if you only speak English!

Check it out here.

http://en.healthnexus.ca/sites/en.healthnexus.ca/files/resources/hpflscb...

Studies of breastfeeding and allergies, asthma, the immune system...

Looking for some research-based data to support informed decision-making in relation with Breastfeeding?

Unicef UK https://www.unicef.org.uk/ has gathered the results of recent studies that examine the relationship between breastfeeding and:

CanFASD Information for Caregivers

For National Social Work Month, Can FASD has compiled a list of resources for caregivers and social workers :
https://canfasd.ca/caregivers/information-for-caregivers/?platform=hoots...

Free on-line course: Healthcare providers and their role in understanding stigma

For further information: Media Relations, Mental Health Commission of Canada, 613-857-0840, media@mentalhealthcommission.ca; Media Relations, CAMH, 416-595-6015, media@camh.ca
The Understanding Stigma online course:

Free, easy-to-read, bilingual downloadable toolkits on Mental Health in children

As recently pointed out by FRP Canada, did you know that The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, (CHEO), have many great, easy-to-read, bilingual downloadable toolkits on Mental Health in children?

View the resources here. http://www.cheo.on.ca/en/mentalhealthtopicsandconditionsAZ

Updated website Children See - Children Learn

Young children learn from observing their parents and other adults around them. Research shows that punishments such as slapping, spanking or shaming do not work. They can actually harm the child. They can have a negative lasting impact on the parent-child relationship. There are more positive ways to teach a child that do work.

The Best Start Resource Centre has updated its website Children See - Children Learn. It contains videos demonstrating positive discipline for children under six years of age.

NEW! CMAS Resilience Guide: Program Strategies for Responding to Trauma in Refugee Children

For almost two decades, CMAS has supported programs in their important work with newcomer and refugee children and families. The Resilience Guide: Program Strategies for Responding to Trauma in Refugee Children https://cmascanada.ca/2018/02/05/the-resilience-guide-program-strategies...

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