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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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We have a winner…

We have a winner…

…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 […]

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WHAT DID WE DO?

WHAT DID WE DO?

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 […]

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UPDATED SUBMISSION DATE!!! Share YOUR story now!

UPDATED SUBMISSION DATE!!! Share YOUR story now!

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 […]

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Latest Talk Show: Celebrating Aboriginal Infant Development Programs

Latest Talk Show: Celebrating Aboriginal Infant Development Programs

"Our Hope for Our Future is Our Children" is our latest Talk Show video, Featuring Diana Elliott and Estelle Paget. Learn about how Aboriginal Infant Development Programs support children and families to promote health and wellness for the early years of life – using traditional and contemporary practices and teachings. Share the celebration of the […]

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Dr. Joanna Cheek discusses Anxiety in New Parents on “Conversations with KIDCARECANADA.”

Dr. Joanna Cheek discusses Anxiety in New Parents on “Conversations with KIDCARECANADA.”

Dr. Joanna Cheek, a psychiatrist with a special interest in mindfulness and psychotherapy often works with expecting and postpartum parents, in what is called the peripartum period, in addition to working with people struggling with trauma and complicated mood, anxiety, and personality disorders.  She is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Medicine at […]

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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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