See our Calendar for a listing of what’s on this month
- Access to Community Health Specialists
- Parent Relief
- Parenting/Caregiver Workshops and Information Sessions
- Resource Lending Library
Access to Community Health Specialists
Not sure what to feed your picky eater? Feeling overwhelmed with your responsibilities as a parent? Have questions about your baby’s sleep patterns?
Creating Together regularly hosts a Public Health Nurse, a Community Health Worker and a Literacy Specialist, who can answer your questions and give you more information on early childhood development. Please check our Calendar to see when they will be in.
This program provides free on-site child-care for children 0 to 6 years of age. The children must be familiar with the centre and staff prior to using this service. This service is provided to families on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Families may receive TWO free relief sessions per month, however we cannot guarantee two relief sessions per family if there are reduced relief days due to the monthly program planning or increased families using the parent relief service.
Creating Together Members can book parent relief in person or by phone at (416) 537-1004.
Parenting/Caregiver Workshops and Information Sessions
Join us for educational workshops and sessions on a range of subjects related to children’s and family wellbeing. Workshops focusing on children’s social skills, early literacy, early childhood development, health and physical development are delivered by highly qualified facilitators who provide their services free-of-charge.
Past workshops included:
- Toddler and infant food preparation provided by a facilitator from Food Share
- Workshops for dads
- First Aid and CPR training
- Peer nutrition
- Women’s health
- “Nobody’s Perfect” a positive parenting and disciplining program for parents of children birth to age five
- Oral and dental health
- Early literacy
Please check our Calendar for upcoming workshops.
Resource Lending Library
Parents and caregivers can borrow a variety of toys, books, and educational videos to use at home. These resources extend learning and development opportunities for both children and adults.
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