– Heart Mind
– Competing for the Golden Apron
– Home School Blog
– CEHE Project
– Della: Hurdles to Health
– Health Canada
– The Report on Manitoba’s Employment and Income Assistance Program
– The Communities 4 Families (Downtown Parent Child Coalition came out with a report about the challenges – downtown families face and some of the potential solutions.
– This is a good website for recalls and other information important to parents.
– Family Resource Programs
– Healthy Canadian – Kids
– “Change the First Five Years and You Change Everything” – Youtube Video
– Safety Drives Us Ontario road safety organization
– Guide for Grandparents and Extended Family Members Applying for Access
– Winnipeg Health Region – Early Childhood Brochures
– Stop the Violence – Manitoba Youth Create Music Video to Help Break the Silence
– Cough & Cold Products Recalled Due to Defective Caps: May Cause Serious Harm to Children
– WITS: Anti-Bullying Program
Research indicates that programs that work are effective whole-school comprehensive anti-bullying programs. The WITS (Walk away; Ignore; Talk it out; Seek help) program is an anti-bullying program which can be used by schools (K – grade 6), community leaders, families and children. Training is available on-line and can be integrated into the curriculum.
Red Cross – Ten Steps to Creating Safe Environments
A risk management road map that shows organizations and communities how to prevent, mitigate and respond to interpersonal violence.
Child Safety Good Practice Guide: Good investments in unintentional child injury prevention and safety promotion – Canadian Edition, Safe Kids Canada
Safe Kids Canada partnered with the European Child Safety Alliance to adapt the 2006 European Child Safety Good Practice Guide to create the ‘Child Safety Good Practice Guide: Good Investments in unintentional child injury prevention and safety promotion – Canadian Edition”. This is the first seminal, comprehensive document in the country from which decision-makers, practitioners and legislators can base their work and recommendations. This resource was designed to “enable Canadian injury prevention practitioners to examine Canadian strategy options for unintentional child injury, move away from what has ‘always been done’ and move toward good investments – strategies that are known to work or have the greatest probability of success”.
Fun Resources for Kids on the Internet
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