Positive Parenting Program, also referred to as Triple P, provides parents with a toolbox of ideas in which they could choose the strategies to help promote enjoyable family life. Check out the link below to find the closest session near you. The program is now available virtually.
Please download the following forms from CADDRA to fill out and bring or fax back to our office. Our staff will instruct you which forms to fill out should you have any further questions
Information on various child mental health topics as well as rating scales. You can complete the rating scales online and send to your registered professional provider
SCARED form is a rating scale used to Screen for Child Anxiety Related Disorders. There are two versions of this form. One is for the parent the other one is for the child.
Fill out this online screening form from Autismspeaks.org and speak to your family physician
Check out AboutKidsHealth.ca
This is a health education website developed by the Hospital for Sick Children. It covers common paediatric medical conditions such as bronchiolitis, constipation and etc. It is available in multiple languages.
Check out Cheo.on.ca
This is a health education website developed by Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa).
Check out CaringforKids.cps.ca
This is a health promotion website for parents starting from pregnancy to teenage years. It is a website developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society, a national association of Paediatricians.
Concussion is a brain injury that usually occur after a hit to the head/face/jaw area or a whiplash-type injury that causes your head/brain to shake. It is important to know what signs and symptoms to look for after a concussion. Up to date and evidence resources we use can be found on https://pedsconcussion.com/
Get your child engaged in dealing with common Paediatric problems such as constipation, autism etc.. and promote reading literacy with the following book resources - Free for download or you may purchase a paperback copy of the book
Get your child engaged in reading, singing and speaking. Resources for early childhood literacy