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Prevention Matters Conferences 2017
Babies R Us What’s New in Car Seats
Child Passenger Safety FAQs
HIV and Pregnancy
The STI Adventures
Child Injury Prevention Safety Presentations
Child Safety in the Home Presentation
Early Childhood Mental Health
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Prevention
“Hammered: A Sober Look at Youth and Alcohol” Youth Photovoice Exhibit
It’s Easier Than You Think: Tips for Talking With Your Kids About Sexual Health
Trainings by Request
Child Injury Prevention
FASDLive 2012 Conference Videos
Maternal and Infant Health
Raising Saskatchewan Campaign
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Early Childhood Mental Health Lunch and Learn Webinar Sessions 2018
Letting children explore, learn, take risks, and play.
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Going Beyond the Basics – Teaching Healthy Relationships from a Human Rights Perspective
January 11, 2018
Human rights are the fundamental, inalienable rights that everyone has simply because they are human. Human rights are universal, interrelated, and interdependent. Human rights, similar to relationships, are made up of a reciprocal, mutually beneficial exchange of responsibilities and entitlements. Every human has the right to experience healthy relationships, but unfortunately this right is not always realized due to a complex interplay of structural and individual factors. Health professionals and educators can challenge structural barriers that prevent the realization of these human rights, while empowering young people to discern and practice relationships that are healthy and meaningful. Using the overarching principles of human rights can help do both!
Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting
July 13, 2017
Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting (PDEP) is an approach to parenting that teaches children and guides their behaviour, while respecting their rights to healthy development, protection from violence, and participation in their learning. Positive Discipline can be used from birth onward into adulthood. It is based on research in children’s healthy development, effective parenting, and founded on child rights principles.
‘From “At-Risk” to Resilience’: Engaging Tools for Working with Youth to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harms
March 15, 2017
The youth workshops are interactive and help young people analyze their substance use patterns and those of their peers. The aim is to engage youth to help them see the link between alcohol and substance use as it is related to increased risk of unintended pregnancy (and subsequently, FASD), STIs, impaired driving, and injuries.
Mother’s Mental Health Toolkit Training
August 23, 2015
This ongoing training on the Mother’s Mental Health Toolkit is a knowledge-sharing and capacity-building tool for staff working with women and/or families in community-based organizations. One-and-a-half and two-day workshops are available.
Reaching In – Reaching Out Training
July 4, 2015
The training uses a cognitive-behavioral and social problem-solving approach based on an adaptation of the world-renowned Penn Resilience Project (PRP) to prevent depression and promote resilience.
Nobody’s Perfect Facilitator Training
May 1, 2015
Nobody’s Perfect is a preventive educational and support program for parents of children from birth to age five. It supports parents to enhance their knowledge, skills and self-confidence that are vital to healthy and effective parenting. It also encourages the development of a strong and supportive social network among participants.
Motivational Interviewing Training
February 20, 2015
This 2-day training is a hands-on, skill development workshop that will provide participants with a solid foundation of MI principles, and an opportunity to practice MI communication skills and strategies.
Child Passenger Safety Technician Training
January 23, 2015
Many of the injuries and deaths to children in vehicle collisions are preventable. This is where you can help. Become a Children’s Restraint System Technician as part of your job, community organization, or just as a volunteer. The course is FREE of charge, and will give you the skills you need to become a valuable resource to caregivers.
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