Upcoming Community Events
Yukon Child Care Association Conference May 3 & 4 - poster
Direct link to registration: click here
New News & Information
Learning Diabilities Yukon - January Newsletter
Arctic Institute of Community Based Research
Bullying Prevention Canada
Canadian Index of Well-Being 2012
Inspired Living News Oct 25th - Mo Caley-Verdonk spoke at the YCCA conference this past May
World Autism Day bill passed by Federal Government
Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Moccasin Trail Newsletter - November 2012
Learning Disabilities Yukon Newsletter - Fall 2012
Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Moccasin Trail Newsletter - Fall 2012
Health Care Quarterly - summer 2012 special edition
Fathers in Canada - Vanier Institute of the Family
TRACKS newsletter - Spring & Summer 2012
Centre for Excellence Encylopedia - Parent-Child attachment update
Supporting Teen Parents
Autism Yukon Newsletter - Spring 2012
EDi Newsletter - Spring 2012
Early Childhood Development Program
The Early Childhood Development Program integrates theory with practical experience to prepare students to work in early learning settings such as: child care facilities, pre-schools, as nannies or as educational assistants in Kindergarten and the early grades. Working with children is one of the most important things you can do.
For further information please contact: Ann Gedrose @ 668-8793
PFC Office Hours
Monday & Wednesday - Friday morning
Note that we are in and out of the office, so please leave us messages or
please call first if you are planning to stop by so we don't miss you!
In person: in our office at Yukon College or,
E-mail: email@example.com; or,
Voicemail: 867-668-8794 or 800-661-0504
We'll return messages when we're back in the office! Thanks!
Also, check us out on Facebook; search "partners for children" to become a fan!
Important Information and Resources
Web Article -- Confronting Aspergers in the Classroom; added January 18/12
In Memory: Dr. Fraser Mustard -- October 16, 1927 to November 16, 2011
Tracks Newsletter -- Fall 2011; added November 1/11
Tracks Newsletter -- Summer 2011; added June 14/11
Healthy Beginnings -- A Resource Guide for Parents, Yukon, 2011; added April 21/11
PBS NewsHour is planning a 6-part series on Autism this month. If you don't catch them live, you can check back and download episodes here: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/
Solving the Autism Public Health Puzzle - Panel Discussion webcast; added April 13/11
Whole Child Program April News; added March 31, 2011
Article: "In Life, It's All About the First Five Years"; added March 29, 2011
Yukon Literacy Coalition Newsletter; added December 6/10
"Learning Together" parent/3&4 year old drop-in centre; added October 27/10
Learning Disabilities Association Yukon (LDAY) August Newsletter; added October 7/10
Human Early Learning Partnership (H.E.L.P.) website
Web Address: "Plentiful Maternal Affection in Early Infancy Boosts Adult Coping Skills"; added August 9/10
Red Cross First Aid Training Courses--September to December 2010; added June 8/10
Healthy Kids Canada Report Card; added June 8/10
Council for Early Child Development Strategy for 2009-2012, added September 28/09
Presentation given by Jim Mustard at this year's YCCA "Little People, Big Futures" Conference, April 24 & 25, 2009, added July 6/09
Energy Drinks and Young People Don't Mix - From Health Canada, added May 21/09
Let's Play - A collection of 100 activities for routines, transitions, and circle-time -- added April 1/09.
Brain Building Needs, added April 1/09.
Caring for Kids: Child and Youth Health Information from Canada's Paediatric Experts, added February 2009.
An FASD Trainer's Website: Building on Canadian Expertise, added February 2009.
Health Canada Announcement on the Labelling of Cough and Cold Products for Children Under 6 Years of Age