Child Care Survey from the Ministry of Education & Child Care (Daycare and Out of School Care) On behalf of the Ministry of Education and Child Care, we are sharing the survey information below to help inform the Province’s ChildCareBC initiatives: We know that many families depend on school-age child [...]
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Join Our Facebook Groups! Our Foster Parent Connection Facebook Groups were created to offer caregivers a way to come together in a safe, virtual space to support one another.Share ideas and resources that have been helpful to youAsk questionsOffer items for you would like to donate, buy, or sellRequest or offer [...]
Cowichan Tribes votes to take over child and family services for its people Cowichan Tribes votes to take over child and family services for its people About 100 children who are members of Cowichan Tribes are currently covered under provincial laws British Columbia’s largest First Nation has voted to take [...]
SAJE (Strengthening Abilities and Journeys of Empowerment) Check out these new resources for youth in and from care! SAJE (Strengthening Abilities and Journeys of Empowerment) Historic help for youth from care will support strong transitions to adulthood Young people in government care will have access to new and increased supports [...]
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2023 National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a day for all Canadians to commemorate the history and legacy of the residential school system. It’s a day to honour the resilience, dignity and strength of survivors and intergenerational survivors and remember the children who never [...]
Happy Foster Family Month! Originally proclaimed as Foster Family Week in October 1990, Foster Family Month is an opportunity to recognize foster families and the work they do across B.C. Foster families come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations. But they have something in common. When they see a need in their community, they don’t say, [...]
Wildfire Information for Foster Parents BC Centre for Disease Control Wildfires and smoke have always occurred in British Columbia, but they are becoming more frequent and severe as the climate changes. Wildfire smoke is a form of air pollution that can affect your health. Exposure to air pollution can irritate the lungs, cause inflammation, and alter immune [...]