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Annonce de l'Aféseo pour le programme Floraison

Ceci est une annonce de l’ Aféseo. Veuillez envoyer vos questions à membres@afeseo.ca.
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Chers partenaires en éducation,

Le Centre d’excellence francophone pour la petite enfance et la garde d’enfants (CEF) lance son programme Floraison.
Ce programme s’adresse aux personnes intéressées à développer leurs compétences en leadership pédagogique et/ou andragogique.

I-LABS Training Modules

Learn more here: http://modules.ilabs.uw.edu/outreach-modules/

Each module in the library takes an in-depth look at a unique topic in the science of child development. We suggest you begin by viewing the first three modules in the series, but you can view modules in any order, at any time.
Modules are available to access without registering.

Prenatal Education Key Messages for Ontario

Best Start's bilingual Prenatal Education Key Messages for Ontario website contains messages to give to future parents, supporting evidence, resources, links and references on 25 prenatal topics. To ensure that you use only the most recent version when handing out PDFs to your clients, or when discussing the key messages topics, make sure to visit the website regularly and to register to receive updates notifications!

Find the resource here: http://www.ontarioprenataleducation.ca/

Free Online Course: Indigenous Health Equity

Are your services as inclusive as they could be? Public Health Trainings for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) has recorded 4 webinars as part of their Indigenous Health Equity stream:

2018-2019 Annual Reporting Tool - Due April 30th

2018-2019 CAPC/CPNP Annual Reporting Tool

Dear CAPC and/or CPNP coordinators,

With the end of the fiscal year comes the time to complete the CAPC/CPNP Annual Reporting Tool. This tool ensures the collection of relevant and essential information for project monitoring and will give Program Consultants a better understanding of how your activities are implemented and your project is reaching CAPC and/or CPNP target populations. An Annual Report should be completed for each program under the Contribution Agreement.

How to Talk about Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health - InfoGraphic

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) is often misunderstood. This infographic was designed to help early childhood professionals talk about IECMH and can be used as a tool when discussing the critical importance of social and emotional development with stakeholders. It provides the definition of IECMH and illustrates where social and emotional development can be promoted. This is a free resource and can be used as:

Prévention de chutes

Ceci est tiré de leur site web :

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Nous sommes le porte-parole en matière de prévention des chutes sur les plans local, provincial, territorial et national.

Ensemble, nous pouvons créer des collectivités solidaires où les aînés peuvent être autonomes et vivre en santé en sachant comment prévenir les chutes.

https://jr.fallsloop.com/fr/

Atelier Développement du cerveau

L'atelier Le développement du cerveau, c’est important! aborde les thèmes suivants :
1. La croissance et les périodes sensibles du cerveau en développement
2. Comment les gènes, de concert avec les expériences vécues, influencent le développement du cerveau
3. Comment le cerveau est affecté par le stress et l’adversité
4. Ce que peuvent faire les donneurs de soins pour favoriser le développement sain du cerveau
Cet atelier permet aux participants de visionner des vidéos, d’avoir accès à l’avis d’experts sur le sujet, de faire de brèves lectures

BestStart: Prenatal Education webinar recordings available

Prenatal Education Webinars

Two webinars were offered in January to support prenatal educators in Ontario. The recordings are now available at https://en.beststart.org/events/webinar-recordings. Additional recordings from previous webinars held this year are also available from that website.

CanFASD has just released its first online course to the public, free of charge.

Foundations in FASD is a basic training course intended for everyone that will come into contact with individuals with FASD including all sectors of work, families, individuals with FASD, spouses, and the general public. This foundational level training program provides the perspective of individuals who have FASD, is evidence-based, employs a culturally sensitive approach, and is presented in a way that is responsive to the learner's needs.

Go here for more information: https://estore.canfasd.ca/foundations-in-fasd

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