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!
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 […]
…and it is Amy, the Victoria-based mother of a darling 13 month old baby boy! We asked families who use our resources to please let us know if a KidCareCanada resource has been particularly helpful to them. We heard from parents and grandparents who spoke generally and specifically about KidCareCanada resources they value. We thank […]
After spending the last few months of 2018 redesigning our website, we have now finished creating our “new look” for KidCareCanada. This new website is mobile friendly and easy to navigate. It’s easier to search in our great collection of videos and other resources to find exactly what you are looking for! We would love […]
Please note: Due to snowy conditions on beautiful Vancouver Island, the folks at KidCareCanada were not able to physically get together to do the draw. We have decided to move the draw date to Tuesday, Feb 19, after Family Day. Please see below for information about the contest – there is still time to enter […]