Parenting Workshops Baby WearingThursday, March 231:30pm-3:00pm Register here Separation AnxietyThursday, March 301:30pm-3:00pm Register here Dietitian ChatMonday, April 31:00pm-1:45pm No registration required, join here! First Aid and CPRWednesday, April...
What’s On This Week – March 5-11
Just For Dads
Parenting a new baby is challenging; full of highs and lows. It can feel even harder if you or your partner are struggling with Postpartum Mood Disorder (PPMD). 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience PPMD after the birth or adoption of their baby. Getting support is important.
Join Patrick Mahoney BScN, RN. at Just For Dads, taking place at Turtle Creek EarlyON Centre (Mississauga).
In this workshop, Patrick will guide the discussion to:
- learn about the signs and symptoms of PPMD,
- discuss what it means to experience PPMD,
- talk about ways to support their partner experiencing PPMD,
- explore resources available to men and women, and
- discuss ways to manage parenting a new child.
You and Your Baby
Have you recently given birth to or adopted a baby? Join us at You and Your Baby to connect with other first time moms and share resources in a supportive group. This program is taking place at Heart Lake EarlyON Centre (Brampton) beginning March 9th. Find out more and register here.
Snacks, Stories and Songs
Grab your favourite snack and join us for Snacks, Stories and Songs! We will explore food and nutrition through play, books, songs and conversations. Our Dietitian will be here to answer questions you may have about your family’s nutrition.
Streetsville EarlyON Centre
March 6th to May 8th
*no program on March 13th and April 10th
Gore Meadows EarlyON Centre
March 8th to April 26th
Infant/Toddler First Aid and CPR
Thursday, March 9
Returning to Work
Thursday, March 16
Thursday, March 23
Thursday, March 30
Free Workshops for Parents!
Join us for our free workshops! Parents with children birth to 6 years can connect with each other and with BridgeWay Family Centre’s skilled team of Early Childhood Educators, Family Support staff, and expert guests while we explore a wide range of parenting topics....
What’s On This Week – March 12-18
Nutrtion Programs for Families Do you have questions about your child's nutrition? Join our nutrition programs and chat with a Registered Dietitian! Programs include: EarlyON Cooks Snacks, Stories and Songs Dietitian Chat We also asked our Dietitian some of the most...
What’s On This Week – February 26-March 4
Just For Dads Parenting a new baby is challenging; full of highs and lows. It can feel even harder if you or your partner are struggling with Postpartum Mood Disorder (PPMD). 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience PPMD after the birth or adoption of their baby....
What’s On This Week – February 19-25
Infant Massage Learn and practice massage techniques while bonding with your baby! Brittany Glen5632 Tenth Line W. Unit 1Tuesdays beginning February 28th2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Register here! Heart Lake180 Sandalwood Pkwy E. Unit 8cMondays beginning March 6th1:30 pm – 2:30...
Jeu risqué : pourquoi est-il important pour le développement de votre enfant?
« Les enfants sont des personnes compétentes, capables de réflexion complexe, remplies de curiosité et ayant beaucoup de potentiel » - ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario, Comment apprend-on? Nous sommes nombreux à savoir de la difficulté à accepter le jeu risqué....
Faire plus avec moins : comment une boîte en carton peut devenir le meilleur jouet pour les enfants
Vous est-il arrivé de dépenser de l’argent sur un nouveau jouet et découvrir que votre enfant veut juste jouer avec la boîte? Vous n’êtes pas les seuls parents à avoir cette expérience! Les jeunes enfants adorent manier les objets du quotidien, parfois même plus que...
Picture Books About Black History
February is Black History Month; a month dedicated to learning about and reflecting on Black history. For children, picture books are a great way to start learning about Black leaders, activists, athletes, scientists, and more, who have shaped the world we know today....
Building Without Blocks: 7 creative building materials for children
Does your child love to stack and build with blocks? Maybe they build a tower just to knock it down - watching the blocks crash to ground. Maybe they'll create an entire city, or a home for their favourite toys. No matter how your child likes to build, there are so...
Celebrate Indigenous Cultures with Songs and Stories
When children sing songs and listen to stories, they're learning literacy skills (such as vocabulary, language, and communication) and social-emotional skills (such as empathy). Songs and stories are also a great way to learn about and celebrate all cultures. On this...