Babies don’t come with a manual. As a new parent, you want to do the right thing and raise your child to be socially and emotionally healthy. KidCareCanada has produced a collection of carefully-crafted, trustworthy resources that show you how to do it!
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ABC’s for New Parents THE BOOK
ABC’s for New Parents
Guiding you on what you can do, right from the start, to raise your child to be socially and emotionally healthy. This book is for all parents and caregivers, and for those who support them. Each page contains links to videos or websites supporting the nurturing parenting ideas explored in the topics.
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KidCareCanada takes the science of Early Childhood Development and brings it to new parents in a visual format that is easy-to-understand and quick to watch. Wonderful research on Early Childhood Development takes place in Canadian universities and hospitals, yet this information is most frequently not accessible to parents and caregivers. To develop and distribute our resources, we work collaboratively with health providers, educational institutions and other organizations who support families. You can access all of our resources free on this site.
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We’ve updated one of our most popular videos, “Parents are Baby’s First Teachers” removing the image of a newborn with a soother as current research suggests it is best for babies to be confident at feeding before using a soother. We have also removed the image of the dad on the couch with his young […]
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KidCareCanada shares this information with thanks to the British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development. The Province of BC is helping essential service workers find child care. To support parents who are essential service workers during the response to novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Province is launching a new process. This process will match parents, […]