Virtual Parenting Support

Virtual Parenting Support

Virtual Connection & Support During COVID-19

With the current COVID-19 pandemic and social-distancing measures in place, the Parent & Caregiver Support Services (PCSS) team will be providing connection, support, and programming options online for parents. 

What’s Happening in June?

Join us  for a free Speech & Language Online Check-In!

Click here to register for an online Q&A with Speech & Language Pathologist on Tuesday, June 30th from 1:30 - 3:00pm.

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Developmental Screening Month

Check out our Facebook Page for daily posts about early childhood development, helpful resources, activities, and the benefits of regular developmental screening. Would you like to complete a developmental check-up for your child? We recommend that parents fill out an Ages & Stages Questionnaire every 4-6 months, depending on their developmental progress. Click here to complete a free, online Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3 & ASQ-SE2).

4-Week Family Literacy Challenge

We’re partnering with Rocky View Adult Learning & the Chestermere Public Library for a Family Literacy Challenge starting June 1st!
Visit our Facebook page every Monday for our post with the weekly literacy activity to try with your family, and you will be entered into a draw for for some exciting prizes! See our poster below for details:

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Other Virtual Parenting Support

Creating a Family Schedule - Resources & Video 

Developed by our experienced, in-house Caregiver Support Facilitators, these easy-to-follow, daily schedules guides offers helpful resources, activity ideas, and tips for families to help create more structure, routine, and learning opportunities for children during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Click on the images above for daily schedule ideas!

Video - Supporting Your Partner (Triple P) 

It’s important to support one another with parenting. It’s also extremely common – and not unexpected – for couples to argue or disagree about the way they raise their children. Learn how to manage your differences through good communication, and start working together as a team in our Supporting your Partner video. We hope you enjoy!

Video - Helping Kids Deal with Stress

Learn strategies to help your child manage stress during these unsettling times we’re in, and the steps you can take as a parent to encourage positive mental health and healthy coping skills in your child. Enjoy!