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“Serve and Return” in Island Parent Magazine

“Serve and Return” in Island Parent Magazine

“Serve and Return” is the title of a new article from KidCareCanada in Island Parent Magazine! We are delighted to be featured once again. The focus is on how to build strong relationships, starting at birth, by being a responsive caregiver.   https://issuu.com/islandparent/docs/ipm_aug_19_mag/22   This article will help you learn to support children’s development by […]

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What is KidCareCanada?

What is KidCareCanada?

We answer the question “What is KidCareCanada?” in a new video and we hope you’ll share this with everyone you know who could benefit from our evidence-informed video library on social and emotional development. Our videos show you how everyday actions can put infants and toddlers on the path for life-long learning, health and happiness. […]

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Thank you to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

Thank you to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

We are delighted to have been granted permission to share resources from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University! You will find new videos added in the “Other” category of the KidCareCanada website video playlists, new online resources on our “Other Resources” page and a new playlist on our YouTube site. The above […]

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Our latest in “Island Parent” magazine: Building Baby’s Brain

Our latest in “Island Parent” magazine: Building Baby’s Brain

Can an ordinary parent, without a background in psychology or neuroscience, help their child build a solid brain? That’s the tantalizing question posed in KidCareCanada’s article in the June 2019 edition of “Island Parent” magazine. Spoiler alert: The answer is a resounding “YES”! and you can read the article here https://issuu.com/islandparent/docs/ipm_june_19_mag/20 to find out how!

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Communities of Support

Communities of Support

KidCareCanada’s Estelle Paget at Moms’ Group… A magical thing happens when an expectant mom, moms and babies and supportive leaders get together to share stories – they create community! This magic happens thanks to the good work of the Boys and Girls Clubs and their West Shore Moms’ Group. It was a privilege — and […]

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Over 500,000 views!

Over 500,000 views!

Do you say “a half million” or “half a million“? Either way, views on KidCareCanada’s YouTube channel have surpassed this number and we’re truly thrilled. https://www.youtube.com/user/KidCareCanada It translates to tens of thousands of hours of watching! Our videos are designed for parents and caregivers of infants and toddlers. However nurturing is needed at every stage […]

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Newsletters

Learn how we empower parents and caregivers – 9th Annual Report

Learn how we empower parents and caregivers – 9th Annual Report

Are you curious to know more about what we do to help parents and caregivers feel empowered? We are happy to announce that our 9th Annual Report (2018) has been published and is also available in PDF format for you to review online. (https://kidcarecanada.org/annual-reports/)
 Two barriers have prevented many parents from accessing information about early […]

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We are featured in Island Parent magazine!

We are featured in Island Parent magazine!

KidCareCanada is delighted to be featured in the latest edition of Island Parent magazine! Find out what “The Blur of a New Baby” actually involves! https://issuu.com/islandparent/docs/ipm_may_19_mag/10

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Newsletter – Oct 2018

Newsletter – Oct 2018

Find out more about 2 new episodes in our Talk Show series – both focusing on Anxiety. “Anxiety in New Parents – The Silent Epidemic” with Dr. Joanna Cheek and “The Anxiety Trap” with Dr. Tisha Gangopadhyay

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Newsletter – Aug 2018

Newsletter – Aug 2018

Why Early Childhood development is a valuable investment and one of the best you can ever make.  

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Newsletter – Jun 2018

Newsletter – Jun 2018

Our 2017 Annual Report is out!

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Newsletter – May 2018

Newsletter – May 2018

An update from our AGM in May with Dr. Janet Werker as Guest Speaker.

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