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 (277)

Developmentally Appropriate Circle Time: Tips and Tricks for a Fun Circle Time for Every Learner in Your Group – In-Person Workshop

Date:

08/15/2022

- 08/15/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

Circle time is a special time in every child care program. It is a time for the group to get together and share experiences, learn to take turns, learn to be together, and a time for teachers to shine at what they do best. However, circle time is not for everyone and some of our little people have a hard time sitting for any period of time. This workshop is designed for caregivers to understand the purpose of circle time and how it can add to your program if it appeals to all learners. We will explore some developmentally appropriate themes for each age, what circle time should look like and, some fun and easy circle time activities that you can take away to your centres. Presenter: Pia Evans Having worked in infant/toddler, preschool, group care and, running her own family daycare, Pia has been creating relationships with children, families and other child care providers for over 25 years. Currently Pia works as a Supported Child Development Consultant with Reach, helping to support child care providers in Delta integrate children with special needs into their centres. Her passion is children with challenges and how early relationships those children create with others can frame their learning and growth in the future. This workshop is presented in partnership with Reach Child and Youth Development Society. Please note this session is for educators who live or work in Delta, Surrey or White Rock. Registration available by phone at 604-572-8032.

#100-6846 King George Blvd

Emergency Child Care First Aid

Date:

08/06/2022

- 08/06/2022

09:00 AM

- 06:00 PM

N/A

Paid

This 9 hour course includes choking skills, breathing emergencies and CPR for babies and children. The course also covers basic first aid for common injuries. AED certification is also included. This course meets child care licensing regulations. Facilitator: Bryan Wong Cost: $110.00

#100-6846 King George Blvd

Emergency Preparedness for Child Care Providers – Online Workshop

Date:

07/11/2022

- 07/11/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

Paid

This workshop will introduce tips and tools for planning, preparing and responding to critical incidents and emergencies within individual sites and community. Participants will apply their learning by partaking in a tabletop exercise and scenario that introduces Shelter in Place and Psychological First Aid. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Carolyn Sinclair 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

Fears and Worries of Children in Our Care – In-Person Workshop

Date:

08/11/2022

- 08/11/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

Paid

All children feel anxious at times. Preschoolers are often frightened of strangers, imagery creatures or the dark. Many school-age children worry about school performance, or illness. An important part of a child’s growth involves learning how to cope with common fears of childhood. Caregivers, including ECE teachers can play a crucial role in helping children develop skills for managing feelings and coping with fear and anxiety. For children to learn to manage these feelings effectively, they need adult support and guidance. Strong relationships with children build resilience and coping strategies. SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS Presenter: Malgosia Tomanik, M.Ed.

#100-6846 King George Blvd

Going Beyond the Shelf: Our Journey into Loose Parts – In-Person Workshop

Date:

05/26/2022

- 05/26/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

PLEASE READ BEFORE REGISTERING In accordance with the provincial health order, proof of vaccination will be required to attend any organized indoor event (for example workshops or conferences). If you plan on attending an in-person workshop, course or networking session with us you will need to show proof of your vaccination (2 doses) and government photo ID. You can access your BC vaccine card at: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/vaccine/proof Refunds and credits will not be issued for those unable to provide proof of vaccination at the door. It started with a basket and thus an evolution within our program was born. We want to show you how loose parts can not only change your physical environment, they can change the way you engage with the children in your care; a shift in environment will have an impact in your pedagogy. Come along as we share how we went from a program of donated toys and plastic bins to a program filled with engaging materials (loose parts). Where do you start? How do you continue? How can loose parts change your centre? How can loose parts change you? Join us as we share not only the journey of a change in the environment but the journey of us changing our practice! Presenters: Tara Hansson & Lauren Creed

#100-6846 King George Blvd