Type of Resource
What is attachment, why is it important, and how do I do it?
Social Emotional Skills
Kids have stress too - Activities
Activities to help young children learn to cope with stress.
Mental Health Resources ND
A list of resources for mental health in North Delta
Mental Health Resources SD
A list of resources for mental health in South Delta
Parenting Resilient Children
What is resilience, why is it important, and how do I teach it to my child?
Assistance of up to $350 per child per fiscal year is available to assist a child to do organized sport. KidSport believes that every child should have the opportunity to experience the joys of a season of sport. Abundant research exists that proves sport participation enhances academic performance, improves health and develops valuable life skills in the areas of teamwork, socialization, goal setting and time management. KidSport works together the Sport Clubs of Delta to ensure that all children have the opportunity to participate.
Applications are available on the website along with a list of the sports that KidSport will support (see “about us”). Complete the application and give a copy to the sport organization as proof of applying to KidSport Delta and this will be taken as the registration fee. KidSport application are sent to the chapter in the city that you live. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com
15 by 15 Report
The stock of human capital in British Columbia is key to its long-term economic success. This means early child development is a critical issue for business leaders, because the years before age six set in motion factors that will determine the quality of the future labour force. Today, only 71% of BC children arrive at kindergarten meeting all of the developmental benchmarks they need to thrive both now and into the future: 29% are developmentally vulnerable.
Success by 6
15 by 15
Child Friendly Survey - Businesses
DeltaKids conducted a survey of children and families in Delta. We wanted to know what was working for them, and what was not. We offer this data in the hope that it will assist you in your work with Delta children and families, and in the spirit of prompting further discussion, research, and collaboration. Together we can make Delta an even more family friendly community than it is already.
If you have questions about the survey or would like additional details please be in touch with Jason Hodgins
If you would like to arrange a presentation, explore opportunities to collaborate with DeltaKids, or share ways you have found this information useful please me in touch with Andrea Lemire.
Child Friendly Survey - Child Care
Child Friendly Survey - Health