To learn more about the 4-6 age group, click here. To learn more about the 5-7 age group, click here. Ready, Set, Print is a small group based program that focuses on developing the underlying skills for writing, including pencil grasp, fine motor skills, visual motor skills, spatial skills and motor planning. The program utilizes

Fall is finally here and with it comes a whole new world of sensory experiences for you and your family to enjoy! With the warm weather coming to an end, you may be wondering how you will fill all that time spent swinging at the park, digging in the sandbox or bounding through the splash

Now that school is out, and summer is officially here, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the beautiful weather while staying active with your kids. From swimming, biking, walking and hiking to visits to the park or playing games in the backyard – there are endless ways to stay active and have fun. But

Spring is in the air, and that means we can finally get outside and get our bodies moving! Most parents take this opportunity to begin teaching their children how to ride a bike, which sometimes can be as frustrating as it is exciting. It’s important to remember that riding a bicycle is a challenging gross

Welcome to the digital age. In the digital age, cyber addiction and its consequences are an issue at the heart of our society. A recent study shows that about 1.5 to 2% of the population suffers from cyber addiction. While most people spend about 25 hours per week on the internet, teenagers who suffer from cyber

Keeping your kids healthy and happy with tasty nutrition for kids! By Patricia Boychuck, RN, DOHN Healthy meals and snacks are essential elements in supporting your child’s overall growth and optimal health and development. Nutritious foods keep young minds sharp, provide energy to stay focused while at school and during play, and build strong muscles and

Let me introduce myself As a start, let me introduce myself. My name is Jennifer Halfin, and I am a mom of two young boys ages three and a half and 20 months. I’m also a pediatric physiotherapist with a love for all things development. Put those two things together, and you get – Milestones and

Advocating for your child at school In a follow-up to our “Tips from a Principal” webinar, educator and principal Nancy Lerner shares her experience when it comes to advocating for your child at school. As parents, we never stop advocating for our children, no matter what their age. Advocacy in schools is very helpful as

It’s that time of year…back to school! For some children and parents, this is a time of excitement. For others, it is a time of worry and anxiety. We’ve asked our experts for their advice on how to reduce this anxiety when it comes to heading back to school. Lauren Robinson, speech-language pathologist, shares: Preview

Do you ever feel like managing your family’s agenda is as complex as managing a Prime Minister’s schedule?  Can Olivia attend Florence’s birthday party?  Can you have a girls’ night out on November 10th or is that the week your partner is away at a conference?  And the question that inevitably comes back every day:

Preparing for routine changes 5 W’s to a smooth routine change Change itself is one of the only things we cannot change. That being said, one of the most difficult things to prepare a child for is change. Whether it be changing schools, or changing a routine it is bound to be difficult. As parents,

How to help a child who is being bullied Question: My child is being bullied. Sometimes he ends up responding to the bullying in a way that makes the bullying worse or that lands him in trouble at school. How can I help him to respond in ways that will be helpful, not harmful? Answer:

Introducing Brenda Agnew, Director of Three To Be Parenting is not easy. We are here to help and to introduce your family to other great parenting resources in our communities. We’re excited to introduce you to Brenda Agnew, the Director of THREE TO BE. Tell us a little bit about where you grew up and

If you are a Canadian resident who qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit (Disability Amount), you may also be eligible to open a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) and receive money from the Government of Canada in the form of grants and bonds to help you save for the future. The RDSP is a long-term