Triple P, or the Positive Parenting Program, is backed by over 10 years of research. Triple P offers information, tip sheets, self help books, videos, seminars and courses on topics for a wide variety of parenting topics for parents and care givers of children and youth age 0-18.
Baby Talk Groups are drop in sessions offered to parents and caregivers of babies ages birth to 1 year old.
Value Every Kid links to information and tools to help families, schools, and communities raise healthy, caring, responsible children.
The Ontario Early Year’s Centre’s (OEYC) in Leeds and Grenville
and Lanark offer a wide variety of programs to support children age 0 – 6. Support, resources and education are also offered to parents and caregivers.
A workbook to get you thinking through the idea of parenting before you even become pregnant, or, if you’re already expecting a baby, it will help you prepare for your journey into parenthood. (Prenatal Class Outlines adapted with permission by the Best Start Resource Centre.)
The Government of Canada can help you save in a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP). The Canada Learning Bond is $500 to help you start to save now for your child's education. Your child could get $100 every year until he or she turns 15 years of age to a maximum of $2000. This money can be used for full-time or part-time studies in: apprenticeship programs; CEGEPs; colleges; trade schools; or universities. Your child is eligible to receive the Canada Learning Bond if: he or she was born after December 31, 2003; and you receive the National Child Benefit Supplement under the Canada Child Tax Benefit.