Course Description

All people benefit from a sense of belonging, to their families, culture and communities. It is especially important in the case of parents caring for young children. Parents need to feel supported by family, friends, the community and by service providers. This module discusses the many things that service providers can do to foster a sense of belonging in Indigenous families with young children, connecting parents to the information and supports that they need in a respectful and caring manner, and acknowledging their strengths. 

Best Start Resource Centre

The Best Start Resource Centre is a health promotion organization that works with diverse partners to build healthy, equitable and thriving communities. The Best Start Resource Centre supports service providers who work in preconception health, prenatal health and early child development. The Best Start Resource Centre produces multi-media resources in multiple languages on a broad range of topics related to preconception health, prenatal health, and early child development.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    The Best Start Resource Centre

    • Acknowledgements

    • Original Documents

  • 2

    Understanding and Respecting Aboriginal Parenting

    • LISTENING: The Western Direction

    • Indigenous Parenting

    • Understanding and Respect

    • Support Networks and Extended Family

    • Understanding Prenatal Teachings

    • Indigenous Children in Today’s Society

    • Holistic Approach to Supporting Children

    • Choices in Parenting

    • Parent Health

    • Case Scenarios

  • 3

    Module Completion

    • Module Summary

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