KidCareCanada Society News
Great news! We have been recognized by the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine, Social Accountability and Community Engagement (SACE) for our “outstanding commitment to the health and wellbeing of British Columbia’s children and youth”. Our proposal: “Many voices one song”: A partnership to promote parental skills and confidence” has been funded. We are partnering with Vancouver Native Health to develop a new module for all new parents.
New videos are under way. Filming has recently taken place:At UBC in Dr. Adele Diamond’s Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab At BC Women’s Hospital in Dr. Janet Werker’s “New Born” Lab At UBC in Dr. Janet Werker’s Infant Studies Centre
A research study under the auspices of UBC and BC Children’s Hospital is now underway. It is based on a DVD developed with funding from UBC Faculty of Medicine and the Ministry of Health. Physicians or midwives who would like to participate, please contact email@example.com.
We've been hard at work getting this site ready for the public - the wait is almost over.
If you want to know more about what Kid Care Canada does, check out our Research section.
Wondering who is involved? Try our Board of Directors page to find out!
Thanks and get ready!
Kid Care Canada.org is almost ready for launch!
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.
If you (or someone you know) has thoughts of doing self-harm, or harm to a baby or anyone else, please call to speak with a trained crisis worker. Local Crisis Helpline numbers can be found through a Google Search. In British Columbia, Canada you can call Mental Health Support (BC-wide) at 310-6789 or you can call the North American line 1 800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
In ANY crisis, your local emergency number is another option and it is always available. Use 911 in North America, 999 in the UK or, if you're elsewhere, use the emergency number for your area.