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Spring has sprung at Family Futures Resource Network! Our Spring Programs and Services Guide is now out. Check out your favourite programs along with some exciting new ones. Printed copies are available at our Summerside location. 

Registration starts Tuesday, March 30th at 9 am.


Featured Programs
Let's Get Artsy!
For children ages: 2-6 years

This program is offered over multiple dates and times at different locations


Do you have a little Picasso, who loves to be creative and express themselves through art? This program will allow children to utilize a variety of art mediums to express their inner artist.

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NEW! - Innovate and Create
For youth ages: 8-12 years

Wednesdays | Apr 28–May 19 | 6:30–8 pm | 25 Fairway Drive NW


In this program, we will use scientific inquiry while doing fun and interesting hands-on activities. Expect to create innovate, and fascinate while using collaborative problem-solving efforts and developing critical analysis skills.

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NEW! - Youth with Confidence
For youth ages: 13–15 years

Thursdays | Apr 22–May 27 | 6–8 pm | 25 Fairway Drive NW


This program challenges youth to draw from their personal experiences in relationships, reflect upon them and apply what they learn to their everyday lives. Each week they will participate in independent and group activities and discussions that get them moving, thinking and practicing those skills. These activities, along with reflective journaling and mindfulness activities, will increase their confidence and interpersonal skills.

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NEW! - Positive Discipline
For parents of children ages: 2-18 years

Thursdays | May 13–June 17 | 6–8 pm | 3756 78 Street NW


Positive Discipline teaches important social and life skills in a manner that is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and adults. This approach works from the premise that the key to positive discipline is not punishment, but mutual respect. Come discover concrete tools to support learning in a variety of areas.

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Parenting Tips and Resources

 
Children of Quarantine: What does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain? 

View Article on The Cut
 
What is Inflammation? And Why Does it Matter for Child Development? This is an informative infographic from the Center on the Developing Child from Harvard University. 

View Infographic
The Brain Architects Podcast: This podcast from the Center on the Developing Child from Harvard University focuses on specific, practical questions that often arise for parents and caregivers during the critically important period of early childhood. 

Subscribe to The Brain Architects
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