CASA, our Mental Health: Will They Be Okay? The Impact on Children & Youth 1 Year Into the Pandemic

CASA is pleased to once again bring you our series of webinars, created to assist families and community members in dealing with the many mental

CASA Presents: “Your Mental Health” Webinars | Compassion Fatigue in the Pandemic

CASA is pleased to once again bring you our series of webinars, created to assist families and community members in dealing with the many mental

Webinar Registration: The complex care family experience during and after Covid-19 / The experience of families requiring complex care during and after Covid-19

Webinar description: Brenda Lenahan and Donna Thomson are parents of children with severe disabilities and complex care needs. Both are activists who contribute to policy making

Reaching out to and supporting children and youth with disabilities and their families: COVID-19 Response & Recovery Guidance Note

Introduction Across the country, people and communities are trying to keep children and youth safe and well during the COVID-19 pandemic. We should spare no

Building Responsive Relationships Remotely

Insights from our Community Conversations Retrieved from https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/building-responsive-relationships-remotely/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=december_2020 Science tells us that responsive relationships—like those with serve and return interactions—between children and adults, adults and other adults,

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder amid COVID-19: Fewer services, potential boost in rate

Kelly D. Harding Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Laurentian University Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is the leading developmental disability in Canada. Despite its preventable nature, there is concern

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