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Les préparations pour nourrissons : Ce qu’il faut savoir

Couverture du livret "Les préparations pour nourrissons : Ce qu’il faut savoir"

Developed by the BFI Strategy for Ontario, this booklet is designed for service providers to guide families with informed decision making regarding infant feeding. The booklet also provides information on safe preparation, storage and feeding of formula.

As part of the Baby-Friendly Initiative, this resource is intended for individual discussion, and should not be on display nor given out in group situations.

 

Also available in EnglishArabicBengaliChinese, Farsi, GujaratiHindiKoreanPunjabiRussianSerbianSomaliSpanishTagalogTamilUrdu, and Vietnamese.

 

Comment mettre en place un comité consultatif fonctionnel et efficace

Cover of the manual "Comment mettre en place un comité consultatif fonctionnel et efficace"

An advisory committee, in a community context, is a structure often formal but non-decisionmaking in which the mandate consists of giving advice, of formulating opinions, or of making recommendations on questions where the topic affects the community. In general, advisory committee members are volunteers.

Putting an advisory committee in place can be a good way to involve and engage the community in your organization’s work. However, not all advisory committees are engaged, functional, and effective! This basic guide offers tips that will help community organizations use best practices for creating advisory
committees as an element of supporting community engagement. The guide may be useful to others as well.

Also available in English.

How to create a functional, effective advisory committee

Couverture du manuel "How to create a functional, effective advisory committee"

An advisory committee, in a community context, is a structure often formal but non-decisionmaking in which the mandate consists of giving advice, of formulating opinions, or of making recommendations on questions where the topic affects the community. In general, advisory committee members are volunteers.

Putting an advisory committee in place can be a good way to involve and engage the community in your organization’s work. However, not all advisory committees are engaged, functional, and effective! This basic guide offers tips that will help community organizations use best practices for creating advisory
committees as an element of supporting community engagement. The guide may be useful to others as well.

Also available in French.

Surmonter la dépression – Un guide de stratégies d’auto-assistance destiné aux parents souffrant de dépression durant la grossesse, après l’accouchement et au-delà

Managing Depression – A Self-help Skills Resource for Parents Living With Depression During Pregnancy, After Delivery and Beyond

Child Discipline : Parent Attitudes and Behaviours in Ontario

Cover of the "Child discipline, Parents knowledge in Ontario" report

A survey was done in 2013 by Best Start by Health Nexus to determine parents’ knowledge, beliefs and behaviours towards child discipline. A total of 500 parents, or main caregivers of children zero to six years old living in Ontario filled out the survey.

This report presents the results of this survey and formulates recommendations.

Growing up in a New Land – Strategies for Working with Newcomer Families

cover page of "Growing Up In A New Land" manual

This guide is for service providers who work with newcomer families who have children aged zero to six. It will help service providers understand the special needs of families that are new to Canada. The resource includes programming suggestions to address these needs. The information in this guide will be useful to a range of service providers, including public health nurses, home visitors, parent-child drop-in facilitators, childcare staff, primary health care providers and kindergarten teachers.

The guide has the following objectives:

  • To share research information on the needs of young newcomer children and their parents.
  • To help service providers support the cultural identity of the children in their care.
  • To help service providers familiarize newcomer families with Ontario practices related to early childhood development.
  • To help newcomer families meet their children’s developmental needs.
  • To help strengthen programming so that it is more culturally competent.