Map of Delta

This is Delta. It includes the communities of Tsawwassen, Ladner, and North Delta. On the north side it is bordered by the Fraser River and 96th Avenue. On the east side, it is bordered by Scott Road (or 120th Street).

Additional Resources

Deltaassist Family & Community Services

Online directory of community services.

604-594-3455

9097 120 Street, Delta B.C. V4C 6R7

http://www.deltaassist.com/about-deltassist/find-a-service

BC211

Referalls and online directory of community services.

Call 211

Delta, BC

http://redbookonline.bc211.ca/

Results (298)

Bringing Emotional Intelligence into the Classroom – Online Workshop

Date:

09/15/2022

- 09/15/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

“People don’t remember what you said, they remember how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou This workshop will provide practical ways of how to focus on connecting with the classroom in a deeper way. Listen and learn from a story of a kindergarten teacher in Harlem who used emotional intelligence techniques in her classroom. This gained her recognition in the way she was able to run her class with calmness even when many of the children were facing challenges outside the classroom. Learn about the way you can use language and small changes in the classroom to connect with the children and practical tips on how to integrate teaching emotional intelligence at an early age. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenters: Jagdeep Hayre and Siddika Jessa NOTES: – This workshop will be held online through the Zoom platform. – You will need access to a smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer with a camera and audio capabilities to join us. – A link will be emailed to you in the days prior to the workshop.. Please click the link ten minutes before the workshop begins to join in. Further instructions will be included in the email.

online

Bubble & Fizz/Mysterious Mixtures – In-Person Workshop

Date:

12/12/2022

- 12/12/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

Join this hands-on workshop to explore how a variety of everyday kitchen ingredients can be used to explore chemistry with young children. We will investigate concepts such as dissolving, mixtures and separating, and how they are connected to the real world learning! SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Wendy Lorch

#100-6846 King George Blvd

Building Bridges through Understanding the Village – In-Person Workshop

Date:

10/01/2022

- 10/01/2022

09:00 AM

- 02:30 PM

N/A

Paid

The Building Bridges through Understanding the Village workshop will provide educators the opportunity to cognitively and emotionally comprehend how colonization affected Indigenous communities throughout generations. The participants will learn how to begin the process of decolonizing the education system in order to create culturally appropriate early childhood education programs. In her master thesis, Laura Jane Buchanan wrote: “This workshop is geared to solutions rather than recrimination and is a forum in which to ask questions.” The training maintains a non-blame and non-shame perspective and is an invitation to participants to become part of the ongoing healing that is already taking place in many Indigenous ‘villages’. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Kathi Camilleri Please note: – This workshop will be addressing Residential Schools and its effects in an in‐depth way. Participation may trigger unresolved grief and loss issues for some. – Each participant will receive a copy of Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation book by Monique Gray Smith. – Doors open at 8:30 am. – Lunch and refreshments will be provided. This initiative is funded through the Canada-British Columbia Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, in partnership with the Westcoast Child Care Resource Centre (WCCRC), the agency responsible for administering the funds.

Delta Manor Education Centre

Building Bridges through Understanding the Village – In-Person Workshop

Date:

11/05/2022

- 11/05/2022

09:00 AM

- 04:30 PM

N/A

Paid

The Building Bridges through Understanding the Village workshop will provide educators the opportunity to cognitively and emotionally comprehend how colonization affected Indigenous communities throughout generations. The participants will learn how to begin the process of decolonizing the education system in order to create culturally appropriate early childhood education programs. In her master thesis, Laura Jane Buchanan wrote: “This workshop is geared to solutions rather than recrimination and is a forum in which to ask questions.” The training maintains a non-blame and non-shame perspective and is an invitation to participants to become part of the ongoing healing that is already taking place in many Indigenous ‘villages’. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Kathi Camilleri Please note: – This workshop will be addressing Residential Schools and its effects in an in‐depth way. Participation may trigger unresolved grief and loss issues for some. – Each participant will receive a copy of Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation book by Monique Gray Smith. – Doors open at 8:30 am. – Lunch and refreshments will be provided. This initiative is funded through the Canada-British Columbia Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, in partnership with the Westcoast Child Care Resource Centre (WCCRC), the agency responsible for administering the funds.

Kwomais Lodge, 367 128th Street, Surrey, British Columbia, BC V4A 3T5

Developmental Differences and Difficult Conversations – 2 Part Online Workshop

Date:

06/14/2022

- 07/14/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

2 Thursdays: July 14 & 21, 2022 Participants will further explore developmental milestones and will learn how to identify red flags. We’ll discuss and practice objective documentation and how to have those difficult conversations with families once a concern is identified. Also, we will discuss how to develop partnerships with families by exploring their priorities, values, and backgrounds. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Karen LeSage NOTES: – This workshop will be held online through the Zoom platform. – You will need access to a smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer with a camera and audio capabilities to join us. – A link will be emailed to you in the days prior to the workshop.. Please click the link ten minutes before the workshop begins to join in. Further instructions will be included in the email.

online