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  1. Baby ClubProvided by: Cap Enfants I-P-E - AKA: Children's Action Coalition
    Designed to offer parents of infants and soon-to-be parents, the opportunity to interact with other parents while at the same time developing emotional ties with their baby. Sessions include socialization, talks from professionals about baby development stages...
  2. Baby ClubProvided by: Voices for Children Coalition - AKA: Families First Resource Centre
    A time for new parents to come together to share experiences and learn about a variety of baby and parenting topics. There are guest speakers and socializing time. Free childcare provided for older siblings.
  3. Best Start ProgramProvided by: CHANCES - AKA: Caring, Helping, And Nurturing Children Every Step
    Workers provide ongoing support to parents through home visits Island-wide.  Services during visits include: Activities to help with baby's growth and development Sharing information on topics like health, safety, nutrition, and language Support to achieve per...
  4. Child and Family Services ProgramProvided by: Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI - AKA: MCPEI; Mi'kmaq Confederacy
    Provides support and prevention services to assist Mi'kmaq families who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing difficulties at home that could impact the overall safety and wellbeing of their children. There are two components to the program: Mi'kmaq PRID...
  5. Cooking ProgramsProvided by: Voices for Children Coalition - AKA: Families First Resource Centre
    Red Seal chefs volunteer their time to offer various programs in the facility's teaching kitchen. All equipment and groceries are provided. Participants prepare meals to share together or take home and learn about various topics in the process, including: Food...
  6. Provides programs and resources to help families stay connected throughout a work related separation. Services that are available before, during and after deployments include: Morale mail Educational workshops Special events Family activities Information brief...
  7. Provides programs and resources to help families stay connected throughout a work related separation. Services that are available before, during and after deployments include: Morale mail Educational workshops Special events Family activities Information brief...
  8. Youth Settlement Services staff help new immigrant families with school-aged children to figure out children's needs and requirements for school-related matters. Includes: Needs assessment Setting up language assessments Supporting parents with the school enro...
  9. Youth Settlement Services staff help new immigrant families with school-aged children to figure out children's needs and requirements for school-related matters. Includes: Needs assessment Setting up language assessments Supporting parents with the school enro...
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