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Captioned/Translated Videos - 11 languages available in addition to English

      

Our videos are translated with captions for the following 11 languages, in addition to being captioned in English, So we represent the most frequently-used languages in BC: English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Punjabi, Korean, Farsi, Arabic, Vietnamese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog and French.   

To see the captions, simply do the following:

1. Click on any of our videos (from the link below, or at any time when you are on our site and have access to our videos):   

http://kidcarecanada.org/video-list

2.    Click on play

3.    Click on the settings icon (the gear icon) in the lower right of the menu/player

4.    Click on Subtitle/CC to choose your language

 

Enjoy the videos and please share with those who could benefit from having this critically important information available captioned in their language.

Newcomers, and people whose first language is not English, tell us that when they read the captions in their language, they can more easily absorb and retain the information. And when they read the captions in their language and hear the spoken English in the background, it helps them to improve their English-language skills.

In *any* language, captions can help those with hearing barriers, or who are accessing the videos in a noisy environment or in an environment where sound is not permitted. Reading captions also helps some people more easily understand and remember key concepts. Finally, captions are often helpful to those who struggle with literacy as they can hear the spoken English and see the written words.

We are pleased to be able to offer our video content in this format! 

We thank the Vancouver Foundation for recognizing the importance of adding captions and translations to KIDCARECANADA videos, and for their financial support!  

 

We would love any feedback, Please email to: info@kidcarecanada.org

 

 

We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia
We thank the Victoria Foundation for their support
Vancouver FoundationWe acknowledge the financial support of the Vancouver Foundation

The content of KidCareCanada videos is informed by current research and shared by experts in the field. It should not be used for diagnosing or treating, and is NOT a substitute for professional care.

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