Current Programs

  1. Baby Talk
  2. Baby Story Time 
  3. Potty Training 101 October 20th
  4. Kids Have Stress Too! Workshop
  5. Post-Partum Support Group 
  6. One-on-One Parenting Support (Ongoing)
  7. Family Resource Network (FRN) Monthly Newsletter

Baby Talk (Online)

A free, drop-in program for parents with babies 0 -12 months of age. Connect with other families in your community while accessing quality resources and information about parenting and supporting your baby's development. This program is a partnership between Alberta Health Services, Parent & Caregiver Support Services (PCSS), and Healthy Families.


Fall Sessions (Setpember & October 2021)

MONDAYS FROM 1:30 - 3:00PM VIA WEBEX (ONLINE). Please note that at this time we are not requiring pre-registration for this program

Monday, September 27th

FEEDING YOUR BABY PART (II): Making nutritious homemade baby food, presented by an Alberta Health Services Community Dietitian.

Monday, October 4th

ILLNESS & IMMUNIZATIONS: Public Health Nurses will share information about vaccinations, influenza, important appointments for your baby, and credible websites recommended by healthcare professionals.

Monday, October 11th  


Monday, October 18th

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: Learn from our local Speech & Language Pathologist about supporting your child's communication skills, and the importance of early literacy.

Monday, October 25th

INFANT SLEEP: Up all night? Create healthy bedtime routines, and strategies to calm your baby.


Click on the WebEx link below to join our session:

Meeting number (access code): 2482 390 4512 

Meeting password: baby

Need Help Connecting?

Check out easy-to-use WEBEX INSTRUCTIONS or call us at (403) 207-7050 ext 7062.


More Resources

One on One Parenting Support: 

Do you have a general parenting question or concern? Connect with one of our Caregiver Support Facilitators for individualized, one-on-one parenting support, information, and resources. Connect with us at (403) 207-7050 or

On-Demand Seminars: 

Check out our Programs Listing page to learn more about past programs and watch past seminar videos. 

Developmental Screening:

Check out the Developmental Screening resource to do a check-up for kids under the age of 6. 

Family Resource Network Programs:

Trellis Commons Chestermere Strathmore Family Resource Network offers a variety of programs and support services for children 0-18 years of age. Learn more on their website here.

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