left to decide Leeds and Grenville’s kids’ favourite book. Click here to find out more.
What’s Happening In Our Communities?
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The Power of Positive Parenting- Triple P!
Looking for ideas on how to deal with a parenting challenge or simply to get a taste of what Triple P has to offer? Listen to one of these podcasts -Triple P Podcasts
For Leeds Grenville links to Triple P call 1 (800) 660-5853 or click here for info and calendar of local activities -Triple P Ontario: Leeds and Grenville
Interested in learning how to improve your parenting skills at your own pace?
Learn how Triple P has made a difference to families in other Canadian Communities.
Click on image to check out Doc Zone on CBC. Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents follows children and parents enrolled in groundbreaking early childhood interventions. These programs work with parents and kids to help children master the skills they need to do well in life, like self-control and self-regulation. From middle-class kids to children of poverty, we witness young lives transformed, social problems solved, and billions of taxpayer dollars saved.
About This Website
This Every Kid in Our Communities website reflects members of our communities working together to provide the collaboration that our kids deserve and that will help make Leeds and Grenville the best community for them to grow in and to have the best opportunities possible. Recommend it to others! Keep up to what is happening in our Work Groups! Use “Reply” to share your thoughts, to provide more information and to find out how to engage in issues related to our kids.
Across our counties there is a wealth of care, knowledge, skill, experience and wisdom that is critical to helping our kids experience the Developmental Assets they need. Share and get involved! Together we can help every kid achieve the Developmental Assets they need.
If you have a particular topic you wish to invite others to think and comment on send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for posting and in doing so create a thread that can knit meaningful collective actions and synthesize new approaches to achieve the 6 goals of Everykid.
Everykid’s collaboration is supported by the Government of Ontario.