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Welcome parents and families! Check out our full listing of programs, workshops, and services that are currently being offered for parents and caregivers with children ages 0-13.

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Are you CPAWSa parent looking to continue environmental education at home? Or are you a student passionate about learning more about nature? Join us on February 17th for a free, online webinar hosted by the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS) which will feature visuals, activities, and discussions on water, nature, and wellness. Please stay tuned for our registration link and poster!


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Please stay tuned for updates, we will share them here as soon as we're ready! Thank you!


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Weekly Positive Parenting Videos – Get helpful parenting strategies and tips in the comfort of your own home! For the month of February, we will be sharing a positive parenting video on popular topics each week. Please visit our website or our Facebook page to access these free, pre-recorded videos.


GLOur online Grow & Learn sessions are offered on a monthly basis as an opportunity for parents/caregivers to learn and connect with a range of local service providers, healthcare providers, and other professionals, as they share their knowledge and expertise. Each session is 60-90 minutes in length and normally includes a presentation with information, resources, and time for questions and answers. Topics vary each month and can be on a wide range of topics including healthy eating, building resiliency in children, and managing stress as a parent. 

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February 2021 Session

Please stay tuned for updates! We will be sharing our February Grow & Learn topic and presenter information with you as soon as we can. DATE: To be announced 

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Baby Talk iAHS Logos offered virtually on Monday's from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. and offers information and resources on a wide range of parenting topics that are presented by a Public Health Nurse with Alberta Health Services, and/or one of our PCSS Caregiver Support Facilitator's. It's a great opportunity to connect with other parents and caregivers in your community, learn how to support your baby's development, and ask any questions you may have about your baby or parenting. Please see below for meeting details, and a link for the online video-conferencing application WebEx. You can register by calling (403) 365-5403.

Meeting link:
https://cityofchestermere.webex.com/cityofchestermere/j.php?MTID=m9357bd5b4dc09429488c114b31a24399
Meeting number:
146 841 7318
Password:
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A free, cross-cultural connection group for parents to get to know other families and to learn about different programs and resources available in our community. Our first session will be hosted online on Thursday, January 28 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Please register by sending an email to Olimphya at oelizondo@chestermere.ca or by calling 403-207-7079. This session will be hosted through the video conferencing application, WebEx (no download is required).

Grupo de Coneccion transcultural para Padres de Familia gratuito podras conocer otras familias y aprender de los diferentes programas y servicios que se ofrecen en tu comunidad. Jueves, Enero 28 6:00-7:00 PM OFRECIDO VIRTUALMENTE POR MEDIO DE WEBEX (NO NECESITAS UNA CUENTA EN WebEx PARA PARTICIPAR). REGISTRATE Enviando un correo a Olimphia oelizondo@chestermere.ca o llamando al telefo 403-207-7079.

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Do you have a child under the age of 6? It’s time for a developmental check-up! Complete the free, online, parent-completed Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) which is one of the most widely used developmental screening tools used by professionals. See how your child's gross & fine motor, communication, problem-solving, and social-emotional skills are developing, and how you can support them with engaging at-home activity handouts, and other helpful resources.

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You could win Dr. Deborah MacNamara's best-selling book, Rest, Play, Grow!  Each time you complete an online Ages & Stages Questionnaire, you will be automatically entered into our monthly birthday draw.


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Do you have a general parenting question or concern? Are you looking to connect with someone about a service, program, or other support? Reach out to us for free, individualized parenting support with one of our Caregiver Support Facilitators.


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Are you looking for other programs or support services? Check out the regional Chestermere Strathmore Family Resource Network Hub's website to learn more about the programs and services available for parents, families, and children (0-18 years of age), including a range of early childhood development, youth, in-home services, and other parent education programs. 
You can contact the Hub at (403) 983-0076 or by emailing strathmore_FRN@aspenfamily.org.

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