Indigenous Family Liaison staff build parental/caregiver resiliency by focusing on the family unit and fostering family wellness. Staff enhance the family's capacity to support the growth and development of all members of the family by:
Serving as 'sweepers' for Indigenous families by clearing the obstacles out of their way to ensure they are comfortable seeking and receiving support services.
Providing cultural relevant and appropriate resources to caregivers related to the stages of child development, parenting skills and other knowledge for fostering healthy family development.
Supporting families where they live by providing mobile, flexible and culturally appropriate supports and services.
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Triple P One on One Support
Triple P – One on One Support for everyday problems. Support that targets the exact parenting problem or issue you are having.
Indigenous Caregiver Café
An opportunity to come together to discuss the successes and challenges of parenting in a supportive environment.
Indigenous Crafts & Conversation
Crafts and Conversation is a group for Indigenous people in rural communities to meet with other Indigenous people while learning beading and other crafts, learning cultural stories, language and traditions. Receive craft kits for use during the program! Maximum of 10 participants! Ongoing Registration.
Triple P Fear-Less
Triple P Fear-Less supports parents and helps them to learn strategies for anxiety management. Practitioners introduce parents to information about anxiety and provide positive parenting strategies that support the development and behavior of children with anxiety.