Date: Thursday, March 25th at 10 AM Abstract: Research is clear on the importance of regular and repeated access to outdoor risky play. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of supporting children’s play outdoors is even more urgent to support infection control and child health and well-being. With children spending more time indoors and on screens, engagement in outdoor play has never been lower and inequities of access are widening. We will explore…
“Advancing Early Childhood Education Outdoors Now” will take place over three sessions this fall.
The program was associated with a 35% reduction in the number of children under two admitted to BC hospitals with shaking-related injuries.
These unique circumstances can actually put us at risk for injury as we try to keep ourselves and our kids busy.
Young kids require lots of attention and energy.
Tips to reduce tension in the household and plan activities.
Experts are concerned that violence and related injuries are likely to increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The amount of information and uncertainty about COVID-19 can be overwhelming and distressing.
Ensuring a safe home environment for your parent and older loved ones is important.