Caring every day, building stronger families.

Family Time (Intergenerational)

This program involves music, story and creative time for children (0-6 years) to enjoy with each other and their parents/caregivers. In some programs songs, stories, language and activities will reflect other languages and/or cultures. 

Family Kitchen

Family Kitchen is a program which offers parents with children (0-6 years) an opportunity to learn cooking skills, prepare nutritious, low cost meals and provides the family with at least one healthy meal per week. Children attend a playgroup during the cooking portion of the program. Parents and children come together for the meal portion of the program where children learn about healthy mealtime routines.

Evaluating Child Care

A look at a variety of child care options, we go over various tips so that you as a parent are assisted in making an informed child care choice.

Establishing Routines and Making Them Work

Why routines, why schedules, why structure……..there are benefits, there are solutions, and ultimately it allows growth in children. As part of this workshop, we will explore the importance of routines, with discussion around common themes on how routines breakdown, and approaches to re-build. The overall emphasis of this workshop is how to make a routine work and provide eases as part of your daily schedule.

Discovery Time

This program encourages children to explore the world around them through hands on activities that fuel their curiosity and makes science fun.

Craft Time

Drop in and enjoy some time in our craft room. There will be exciting craft materials for you and your children to explore every week.

Build Your Child's Brain Part 2: Homemade Play

Screen time: tool or tyrant? Choosing toys for children Language development and the brain

Behaviour and Limits

What is behaviour? What is okay? Should I set limits? How? Am I over-reacting? Not firm enough or too form? We will discuss behaviour and its purpose; when behaviour is a good thing; the definition of limits; factors on why a child needs limits; identifying the correlation between limits and development; then concluding with setting and implementing limits.

Balancing Work-Time and Home-Time

How do we Balance Work-Time and Home-Time? This question has been raised by many of us. How do we make things run smoothly at the office and with our families without compromising ourselves and feeling a sense of guilt? Join Andriana to help you discover your ‘happy place’ and finding the tools to ‘Balance Work-Time and Home-Time.’

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