Ontario’s EarlyON program: Ilagiinut Kativvik (Where Families Gather)
The Pre/Post Natal programming is up and running! On Monday’s parents who have recently given birth can make an appointment to complete the government Baby Bundle ID package (birth registration, SIN number, child tax benefit and birth certificate). Tuesday, we have a pregnancy circle from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Starting in the Fall we will be offering special workshops (Amauti making, Infant Massage and prenatal yoga) more to details to come.
Sewing and Beading Drop-In, Storytelling, Baby and Me, Muffins and coffee, Sewing, Prenatal Drop-In.
Call us to find out our post-pandemic schedule, 613-744-3133, ext 259!
Cultural Connections Family Drop-In, Saturdays 1 to 4 pm.
(Lunch and bus tickets).
Ontario’s EarlyON program, Ilagiinut Kativvik provides programs and services to children 0-6 years and their families. These programs support the bond between child and parent/caregiver, foster cultural knowledge, pride and identity, enhance child development, promote early literacy skills and support healthy pregnancies.
Parent Child drop in
Monthly guest speakers at Parent Child drop in
Foster/Adoptive Support Group
Family Culture Program
Elder involvement in programs
CAS Access visits
Parent Cooking Classes
Pre/Post Natal Program:
Weekly program for pregnant women and partners
Baby and Me
Birthing Support as needed
Healthy meals and snacks during programs
Individual supports e.g. medical appointments, hospital visits
Outreach and Referrals
Coordinator: Mulin Xie, 613-744-3133, ext 259 or 343-996-4068
Ilagiinut CF Cultural Lead, JTBD
Program Assistant, TBD
Pre/Post Natal, TBD
FWB Assistant, Michayle Hay-Amarolik
Evening Childcare Lead: TBD
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