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York Region is dedicated to providing parents with programs, services and information to help as their children grow and develop.

The Bounce Back and Thrive! (BBT) Program teaches parents and caregivers about coping with stress. Participants learn skills to help themselves and their children feel less stressed and more hopeful about the future.

Find tools and resources for parents to help children grow and develop. When parents know what to expect at each stage of development, it can be easier to meet their child’s needs and understand their behaviour.

The All Our Kids program offers free drop-in centres for parents, caregivers and their children where they can play, learn and network.

Your health and the health of your child can be impacted by violence. Healthy relationships are based on equality and respect. Know the signs of abuse.

Feeding your baby is the start of their relationship with food and eating. Find out how to help your baby learn healthy eating habits right from the start.

This home visiting program helps parents create a safe and healthy environment for their children through information, support and connections to resources.

Expecting parents, new parents and parents with young children can access many services and programs designed just for them.

Pregnancy or having a baby is not always easy. York Region offers service that can help you cope with the challenges of pregnancy and parenthood.

Parenting education and support on a variety of topics are available to residents of York Region. They are led by public health nurses at locations throughout York Region.

When parents use positive discipline their children are more likely to behave in positive ways.

York Region provides a variety of classes and clinics for pregnant and breastfeeding women. New and expecting parents can learn about their health and the health of their baby.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) deliver programs that support children with special needs and their families from birth until they enter school.

This program is for new and expectant mothers who are looking for support while adjusting to parenthood

The YorkParent eNewsletter is a free email newsletter with helpful parenting information and tips.

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