External Links

Success By 6 works with community partners to ensure that early childhood programs and services are accessible to families.  For more information on what's happening in the area of early childhood development visit the following links:

211 Edmonton is a program of The Support Network that provides a direct link between essential community services and the people who need them.

AHA! Parenting Offers parenting advice and information on child development.

Alberta Health Services Provides information about your child's health.

Chagnon Foundation A Quebec organization committed to ending poverty through investments in Early Childhood.

ECMap  The Early Child Development Mapping Project (ECMap) aims to strengthen Alberta's ability to make positive early childhood development a reality for every child in the province.

FASD Support and Resources in Alberta

Love Talk Play  Campaign to Reach Parents of Babies and Toddlers (Washington State).

Norlien Foundation Family Wellness Initiative Based on a framework of epigenetics and developmental and behavioural neurosciences, the AFWI creates opportunities to better understand and apply scientific knowledge to factors influencing child development and its relationship to addiction and other mental-health outcomes.

Ounce of Prevention Gives children in poverty the best chance for success in school and in life by advocating for and providing the highest quality care and education from birth to age five.

Parents for Children's Mental Health

Parent Link - Strathcona County Parent Link is a parenting resource for families and caregivers of preschool children. You can: 

  • find out what's going on in your community
  • learn about parenting strategies
  • attend workshops and programs
  • track your child's development
  • create a parenting plan
  • play with your child
  • talk to somebody

Raising Children (Government of Alberta) Provides information for parents and caregivers on Government of Alberta programs and services.

Upstart - Calgary A collective impact initiative of United Way that convenes community leaders around a common cradle to career agenda which includes early years, school-community collaboration, high school completion and Aboriginal youth education

With the Brain in Mind Focuses on the importance of positive early brain development in giving children the best possible start in life. By providing opportunities to learn about the latest research and best practices in early childhood brain development we aim to increase the capacity of parents, professionals, and policy makers to facilitate positive changes in the lives of children and young adults.

ZERO TO THREE is a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.

Success By 6 receives funds from a variety of sources and generous donors.  These funds support the ongoing delivery of the following programs:

Books for Children - Norwood Child and Family Resource Centre

Early Science Discovery Program - Telus World of Science - Discovery Land

Local Literacy Classroom on Wheels (C.O.W. Bus) & Alberta Prairie C.O.W. - Centre for Family Literacy

Preschool Learn to Skate and Swim - Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers

Activities for Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers

Parents and caregivers are a child's first teacher.  Alberta Health Services has created a calendar with activities that you can to with your child to help promote healthy development.


INFANT Activity Calendar

TODDLER Activity Calendar

PRESCHOOLER Activity Calendar

    
 
        

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