1 Early Years & Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre r e t n Wi 2018 January - March facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink
2 About our programs Early Childhood Resource Program (Early Years) The Early Childhood Resource Program provides support and services to families and early learning and care professionals of children up to six years old. The program is available to residents of Leduc County, the City of Leduc, the towns of Beaumont, Devon, Calmar and Thorsby and the village of Warburg. Learn more about the Early Childhood Resource Program on the back page. Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre Parent Link is designed to support parents in their role as children s first and most influential teachers. Parent Link Centres and programs are resources parents can access with their children to meet other parents, participate in play with their children, obtain information and obtain support to help with parenting challenges. Program registration All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated. To register for any of our registered programs, please call Leduc County FCSS at or All programs require parent participation. When registering via or leaving a phone message, please include the following information: Name of program and location Your full name (or adult who will be attending the program with child/children) Full names and ages of all children who will be attending (babies/siblings, etc.) Phone number where you can most easily be reached at address Programs are filled on a first-come-first-served basis. Registering by will result in a quicker response than registering over the phone. Your registration will be confirmed by an response or a telephone call. If you have not received a message of confirmation, you are not registered. Please call if you are unsure of your status. Please contact us to cancel your registration if you are no longer able to attend a program. Two consecutive absences will result in automatic cancellation of your registration. The next person on the wait list will be called to fill the space. If you are placed on a waiting list for a program, the placement expires when the program ends; your registration is not carried forward to the next program offering. Registration for Triple P programs remains open until 48-hours prior to the start date of the session. Brrr... too cold to go out! In the event of severe weather or poor road conditions, drop-in programs may need to be closed with short notice. We will post this information to our Facebook page as soon as possible.
3 Program descriptions Developmental domains As part of our ongoing commitment to the children of the Leduc region, the programs we offer are being purposefully created with one or more of the five developmental domains in mind. Symbols by the program descriptions identify which domains they primarily focus on. If you have any questions, please call Physical health and well-being Encouraging physical growth and independence, gross and fine motor skills and coordination. Social competence Encouraging playing well with others, curiosity about the world, respect for adults and other children, behaviour and following rules/instructions, independence and self-confidence and eagerness to explore new things. Language and thinking Encouraging reading, writing, classification of shapes, numbers, colours, sizes and concepts. Communication skills and general knowledge Encouraging open communication of needs and wants in a socially appropriate way, storytelling and an appropriate awareness of the outside world. Emotional maturity Encouraging age-appropriate emotional understanding, empathy, reflection and controlled actions (thinking before doing). Drop-in programs Drop-in programs are a fun and flexible way to explore a variety of programs without committing to a weekly or monthly class. Join us to play today! Play, Learn and Grow Join this flexible drop-in program, where children with their parents will have the opportunity to explore a wide variety of open-ended materials and engage in fun and interesting learning experiences that build on their emerging skills and interests as they grow. Discover how you can play and have fun as you and your child go through each exciting stage of development together. Stay n Play *Check schedule for location-specific closures Are you looking for a program that encourages play and offers opportunities to connect with other children and adults in the community? This unstructured play time (0 to 6 years) promotes active exploration and provides learning activities that support healthy child development. A child s best learning happens in the context of relationships. Join your child while they engage with others in a fun, free and social environment. Rhymes and Story Times A group experience for parents and their babies, and children which focuses on the pleasure and power of using oral rhymes, songs and stories together. Please bring a small snack for your children.
4 Program descriptions Drop-in programs Early Childhood Development Book Nook (Ages years) In partnership with the Library, join us on the dates listed below for our Book Nook program. Through storytelling & creative art experiences, the sessions will focus on everyday social and emotional learning as a foundation to building resiliency skills. Registered programs Budding Scientists This hands on program exposes young children to science and how things work. Experiment with things that go boom!, mix potions, investigate cause and effect, draw conclusions and explore the natural elements of the world. Explore A Story Join us for a fun, interactive and child-led program that will provide you with ideas on how to develop positive literacy and reading skills in your preschool aged child. Each week we will explore a new story and activities that may include art, songs and rhymes, movement and imaginative play. Laugh and Learn This pro-social play program promotes school readiness skills. Opportunities for sharing turn taking, cooperation and self-regulation will be the focus. This is a parent participated program. Messy Mania Enjoy an ooey-gooey, downright messy play time with your child as they learn through play using all of their senses. Substances such as water, paint, clay, play-dough and other interesting mediums will be the materials of choice. Join us in the fun and laughter as you and your child bond through the shared experience of meshing art and science. Music and Movement Music is a universal language. It transcends boundaries and reaches beyond culture to touch the depths of our souls, express our common emotions and inspire us all. Join us in a fun filled program of singing, dancing, movement and instrument play. Find us on Facebook! Connect with us at facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink
5 Program descriptions Parent education First Steps to Childhood Success: Anxiety Is there a link between our ramped-up world, and the growing rates of anxiousness in children? What is anxiety and aggression about? Join us to understand how we can hold our children s big emotions. Learn about how developing brains get wired and, as parents and caregivers, we influence the connections that produce calmer responses. Navigating Motherhood Are you expecting or have just had a baby? If you are having feelings of depression, anxiety or being overwhelmed, you are not alone. Join us as we share information, experiences and coping strategies focused on the symptoms of postpartum depression and anxiety while connecting with other moms with similar challenges. Registration may involve a short, in-person or phone intake. Tantrum Terrors Join us for a discussion about books and resources that can be used to support children through their frustrations and big emotions. We ll talk about how children learn to regulate and how we, as parents and caregivers, can best guide that process. Learn about what name it to tame it means and walk through a melt-down with the chocolate-covered- cookie tantrum. ColourSpectrums Workshop This personality dynamics and communication workshop will educate and entertain as participants will actively explore their parenting strengths, sources of self-esteem and communication style, as well as those of their children. Triple P: Positive Parenting Program Triple P is a parenting program, but it doesn t tell you how to be a parent. You choose the strategies you need and that work for your family and your children. You make Triple P work for you. The three P s in Triple P stand for Positive Parenting Program. It is meant to make your life and parenting much more enjoyable and rewarding. All families are different, and as such, Triple P has a range of ways to get the support that you want. Choose from a seminar, group program, discussion group and/or in-home sessions. Check out the provincial Triple P website (www.triplep-parenting.net) to get more information and access an online Triple P program that can be accessed at your convenience. Triple P Discussion Groups (for parents and caregivers of children 2-12 years old) Hassle Free Shopping With Your Children One of the most difficult times for parents is when their children misbehave in public those are the times when children won t do as they are told, or really lose their cool. This workshop looks at some way to make shopping fun, by planning ahead to reduce some of those challenging behaviours. All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated.
6 Program descriptions Dealing with Disobedience Do you feel like your child just doesn t listen? Many parents find this extremely frustrating and overwhelming. This discussion will provide you with information and practical strategies. Learn how to prevent problems and to teach your child to accept limits and follow through with instructions. Leave with a parenting plan to implement immediately. Managing Fighting and Aggression When children argue or fight, or become aggressive, it can be hard for parents to know when to step in, and how to calm things down. This workshop looks at some of the reasons why children fight and gives some practical suggestions to help you prevent problems by teaching your child to play cooperatively and resolve conflicts. Developing Good Bedtime Routines It can be exhausting for the whole family when there are problems at bedtime. A few small changes can make a big difference, so everyone in the family gets the sleep they need. This workshop looks at common bedtime problems and why they happen and gives some practical suggestions to help you develop a good bedtime routine. Triple P Seminars (for parents and caregivers of children 2-12 years old) Power of Positive Parenting This seminar speaks to the realities of being a parent; talks about the tough part of being a parent in dealing with children s behaviour; outlines what positive parenting is; and highlights the five key principles of positive parenting. Raising Confident, Competent Children Children are more likely to be confident, succeed at school and get on well with others when they develop specific life skills. Join us as we explore ways you can help equip your children with the essential social skills they will need. Raising Resilient Children Resilient kids are problem solvers who can cope with their feelings. This helps to build long-term happiness and success in life. They face unfamiliar or tough situations and strive to find good solutions. Join us as we look at the six key skills that build resilience in children and help them bounce back and manage their emotions well. Triple P Tip Sheets (see back of program guide for tip sheet list) Triple P offers tip sheets with information on a wide range of childhood behaviours that concern parents such as tantrums, separation issues or lying. There are 32 tip sheets available covering common parental concerns. Triple P - Primary Care (1:1) Triple P Primary Care is a one-to-one format that assists parents to develop parenting plans to manage behavioural issues (e.g. tantrums, fighting, going shopping) and skill development issues (e.g., eating independently, toilet training, staying in bed at night). Early Years Mentors provide 3-4 sessions (15-30 minutes each) over a period of 4-6 weeks. Sessions can be done in person, over the phone, or as a combination of both. - continued next page Find us on Facebook! Connect with us at facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink
7 Program descriptions Contact any of our Early Years Mentors to meet about the 1:1 Primary Care or the Tip Sheets from the Triple P program. Sessions can be held at your convenience in your home, work place or at our program sites. We re available daily (by appointment) Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. and on Tuesdays at County Centre from 4:30 7 pm. Please see our programs by location page for more details. Additional services and resources ASQ Curious to learn more about your child s development? The ASQ or the ASQ-SE (social-emotional) Questionnaire is a screening tool that identifies what to expect at different ages and stages of a child s development. The questionnaire is completed by the person who knows the child best, typically a parent or caregiver. Stop by any Parent Link program to pick up a copy or call to have one delivered to you. Lending Library Looking for a particular book on parenting or child development? We may have it. Ask a Mentor about the books and resources we have available to support you in parenting and raising healthy children. Community resources: 211 Looking for specific community resources? 211 is here to help you find the right community and social services. You can dial to speak to an Information and Referral Specialist, or search their online community resource directory for any of the following: Financial and social assistance Housing and utility help Food assistance and meal programs Seniors services / home care Parenting and family programs Government program assistance Disability support services Volunteer organizations Newcomer services Mental health support...and much more! All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated.
8 Programs by location Some parents just don t have time to go through an entire guide to find the program they are looking for... but that s okay! We ve sorted our programs by location just for you. To register in any of these programs, please call or No programming Jan. 1-5 for all locations Beaumont Shading indicates parent education programs Unless otherwise noted, programs in Beaumont are held at the Town of Beaumont School Age Site ( St.). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Stay n Play (starts Jan. 11) Thursdays (closed Feb. 8/March 29) 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Budding Scientists Mondays, Jan. 8 Jan. 22 9:30 10:30 a.m. December Explore-A-Story Mondays, Jan. 29 and Feb. 5 9:30 10:30 a.m. Jan. 15 Music & Movement Mondays, March 5 March 19 9:30 10:30 a.m. Feb. 20 Navigating Motherhood (at Beaumont FCSS office) Triple P Discussion Group: Managing Fighting and Aggression Triple P Seminar: The Power of Positive Parenting Triple P Seminar: Raising Resilient Children Wednesdays, Jan. 10 March 21 *Closed Jan. 31 Wednesday, Jan. 10 At FCSS Beaumont 5817 Rue Eaglemont Monday, Jan. 22 At FCSS Beaumont 5817 Rue Eaglemont Monday, Feb. 26 At FCSS Beaumont 5817 Rue Eaglemont Triple P Group (6 weeks) Wednesdays, Feb. 7 March 14 At FCSS Beaumont 5817 Rue Eaglemont 1:30 3:30 p.m. Ongoing Short intake 6 7:30 p.m. Ongoing 1 3 p.m. Ongoing 1 3 p.m. Ongoing 6 8 p.m. Ongoing Calmar Unless otherwise noted, programs in Calmar are held at the Calmar Public Library ( Ave.). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Play, Learn and Grow (starts Jan. 10) Wednesdays a.m. Drop-in ColourSpectrums Triple P Discussion Group: Managing Fighting and Aggression Monday, March 12 and Wednesday March 14 6:30 8 p.m. Ongoing Wednesday, March :30 p.m. Ongoing First Steps to Childhood Success: Anxiety February (Date TBA) Evening session TBA Devon Unless otherwise noted, programs in Devon are held at Old Robina Baker School (5 Jasper Court). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Stay n Play (starts Jan. 9) Tuesdays 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Afternoon Stay n Play (starts Jan. 11) Thursdays 1:30 3:30 p.m. Drop-in Book Nook (at Devon Public Library) Mondays, Jan. 29, Feb. 26 and March 26 9:30 10:30 a.m. Drop-in Find us on Facebook! Connect with us at facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink
9 Programs by location Leduc Unless otherwise noted, programs in Leduc are held at the Leduc Parent Link Site (299 Telford Court [52 St. & 52 Ave.]). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Stay n Play (starts Jan. 9) Tuesdays 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Afternoon Stay n Play (starts Jan. 11) Thursdays 1:30 3:30 p.m. Drop-in Evening Stay n Play (starts Jan. 8) Mondays (closed Feb. 12, 19) 5:30 7:30 p.m. Drop-in Play, Learn and Grow (at Leduc Public Library) Mondays, Jan. 22, Feb. 26, March a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Navigating Motherhood Tuesdays, Jan. 9 March 20 1:30 3:30 p.m. Ongoing - short intake Triple P Discussion Group: Hassle Free Shopping Triple P Discussion Group: Developing Good Bedtime Routines Triple P Discussion Group: Dealing with Disobedience Monday, Jan :30 p.m. Ongoing Monday, Jan :30 p.m. Ongoing Monday, March 5 6 7:30 p.m. Ongoing New Sarepta Unless otherwise noted, programs in New Sarepta are held at the New Sarepta Agri-Plex ( Ave. S). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Stay n Play (start Jan. 10) Wednesdays 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Laugh and Learn Fridays, Jan. 12 Feb a.m. Dec. 29 Play, Learn and Grow Fridays, Feb. 9 - March a.m. Jan. 26 Messy Mania Fridays, March a.m. Feb. 23 Triple P Discussion: Dealing with Disobedience First Steps to Childhood Success: Anxiety Thorsby Tuesday, Jan. 16 At New Sarepta Library 6:30 8 p.m. Dec. 29 February (Date TBA) Evening TBA Unless otherwise noted, programs in Thorsby are held at the Early Learning & Care Modular, across from Arctic Spas Recreation Complex ( Street). Program name Dates Time Registration starts Stay n Play (starts Jan. 10) Wednesdays 10 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in Play, Learn and Grow (at the Thorsby Library) Rhymes and Story Times (at the Thorsby Library) Fridays, Jan. 19, Feb. 16 & March 16 10:30 11:30 a.m. Drop-in Friday, Feb. 2 10:30 11:30 a.m. Drop-in All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated.
10 Programs by location Some parents just don t have time to go through an entire guide to find the program they are looking for... but that s okay! We ve sorted our programs by location just for you. To register in any of these programs, please call or No programming Jan. 1-5 for all locations Warburg Shading indicates parent education programs Unless otherwise noted, programs in Warburg are held at the Village of Warburg office, downstairs ( Ave.). Program Name Dates Time Registration Starts Stay n Play (starts Jan. 11) Thursdays 9:30 a.m. 12 p.m. Drop-in First Steps to Childhood Success - Anxiety January (Date TBA) Evening session September 5 Nisku Unless otherwise noted, programs in Nisku are held at County Centre, 5 th floor, Street. Program Name Dates TIme Registration Starts Triple P: Tip Sheets (15-20 minute sessions) (daytime) Triple P: Tip Sheets (15-20 minute sessions) (evening) Triple P: 1:1 Primary Care (daytime) (30-45 minute sessions, 4 sessions required) Triple P: 1:1 Primary Care (evening) (30-45 minute sessions, 4 sessions required) Monday Friday Tuesdays Monday Friday Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. by appointment 4:30 7 p.m. by appointment 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. by appointment 4:30 7 p.m. by appointment Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing First Steps to Childhood Success - Anxiety TBA 5:30 9 p.m. Ongoing Find us on Facebook! Connect with us at facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink
11 Triple P Tip Sheets Listed below are a number of parenting issues that commonly come up for parents and caregivers. If you would like additional information regarding these resources, please Parenting Becoming a parent Preparing your child for a new baby Feeling depressed after the birth of your baby Infants Promoting development Crying Toddlers Bedtime problems Disobedience 1 Hurting others Independent eating Language Preschoolers Disobedience 2 Fighting and aggression Going shopping Having visitors Interrupting Primary schoolers Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Self-esteem Creativity Sports Homework Behaviour at school Chores Teenagers Truancy Coping with depression Smoking Drinking alcohol Money and work Fads and fashions Home safety Supporting your partner Coping with stress Sleep patterns Separation anxiety Sharing Tantrums Toilet training Wandering Whining Mealtime problems Nightmares and night terrors Separation problems Tidying up Traveling in the car Fears Bullying Bedwetting Lying Swearing Stealing Coping anxiety Friends and peer relationships Sex and dating Taking drugs Rudeness and disrespect Eating habits All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated.
12 Family Connections Home Visitation program The Family Connections Home Visitation program is an ongoing, long term support program for parents who are either expecting or have had their first child within the past year. It is a free and voluntary program offered in partnership with the Beaumont, Leduc and Thorsby public health centres, and is available to parents in Beaumont, Leduc, Calmar, Thorsby, Warburg and rural Leduc County. The program is designed to support parents who would like some extra help to answer questions and address concerns, provide parenting tips and model hands on activities with the child. The program is provided in the parents home or in the community and aims to enhance parenting skills and family stability through providing information about child development, health and other aspects of family life. For more information, please contact: Carol Tabone, Early Years & Bridges Coordinator county.com Early Childhood Resource Program (Early Years) In-home support for families Free and voluntary short term support for families concerned about their child s development or behaviours. Services provided may include developmental screening, referrals, information about child development and positive parenting strategies. Support to early learning and care programs Information and resources to any agency or person providing early learning and child care. Support may include: individual mentoring, in-house workshops, programming resources, coaching staff in providing positive guidance when dealing with behaviour challenges and general support services related to the delivery of child care. Parent Link & Early Years contacts Parent Link and Early Years Coordinators Loretta Hannah Early Years Mentors Find us on Facebook! Connect with us at facebook.com/leducregionalparentlink Carol Langner Darlene Ede Danielle Heisler Jill Schmidt Colleen Grove Michelle Neis All Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Early Childhood Resource programs are provided at no cost to participants unless otherwise indicated.
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