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?
Child and Mental Health website
Resources for Support Child and Youth Mental Health:
Child and Youth ADHD
Child and Youth Anxiety
Child and Youth Autism Spectrum Disorder
Child and Youth Behaviour Problems
Child and Youth Bullying / Cyber Bullying
Child and Youth Depression
Child and Youth Eating Disorders
Child and Youth Separation & Divorce
Child and Youth Substance Use and Addictions
Child and Youth Trauma
Child/Youth Mental Health
Free Family Fun!
This booklet is packed with free and low-cost ideas to do in and around Delta.
Parents guide to selecting childcare
This booklet describes child care choices available to BC families, and provides information to help you decide on the child care arrangement that best suits your child and family. The booklet also outlines subsidies available to help parents pay for child care.
Social Emotional Learning Website
A website that takes a look at how Social Emotional Learning is a critical component of a child's development.
"Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a critical component to the healthy development of young children – impacting how we process emotions, achieve goals, maintain positive relationships and make responsible decisions in our lives."
Social Skills for Children
What are social skills, why are they important, and how do I teach them to my child?
State of ECE in Canada in 2012
A report on the state of early childhood education and child care in Canada
Early Childhood Education
Success by 6 - Article in Enterprise
Enterprise Magazine, the magazine produced by credit unions in BC, featured the Success by 6 initiative in their January 2016 edition. The initiative focuses on early childhood development between the ages of zero to six years, recognizing how critical this window of time is in ensuring a full and productive human life.