NEW DATE – Connecting Through Conflict Workshop – Tues Apr 30th

A Break Through Workshop with Ava Clark

Ava Clark, a clinical counselor, art therapist, and parent, will reassure you that conflict is a normal and healthy aspect of your relationship with your child.

Is your child driving you bananas? Do you feel like you are constantly raising your voice? Learn a new perspective on irritating behaviors and strategies to foster cooperation. This workshop will give you the tools to confidently raise autonomous and independent children.

NEW Date: 6:30-8:30pm, Thursday, April 30th. RSVP by April 25th

Location: Trail Presbyterian Church – 1139 Pine Ave

New – there is NO COST for this workshop

Contact the CCRR at SMcIntosh@trailfair.ca or 250-364-2980 to register.

Click here to download a new poster for this workshop

 

 

Motherwise Support Group starts April 30

Being a new mom is an amazing experience.  AND it can also be stressful and overwhelming.

You don’t have to face it alone!

The Motherwise support group for parent experiencing post-partem blues, depression and anxiety is available in Trail.  Share your stories, connect with other moms and get the support you need

Tuesdays 10:30am to noon

April 30th to June 18th, 2019

First Presbyterian Church, 1139 Pine Ave in Trail

Childcare is provided

Registration is required – Contact Kristine Forbes at 250-364-2326

Click here to download a copy of the poster for this series.

 

Caregivers making a Difference

Kudos to Desiree LePage and Deidre Price, registered CCRR member caregivers.

Desiree and Deidre are childcare providers who went to Castlegar City Council to change the city’s childcare bylaw!

Provincial Childcare Licensing standards allow for 7 children in a Family Childcare setting.  However, the City of Castlegar only permitted 5 children – which limited the number of available childcare spaces in the City.  These two passionate childcare providers advocated for Castlegar to change the bylaw to be in line with Provincial standards and improve services for Castlegar families.

Castlegar City Council, at the March 4, 2019 Regular Meeting, adopted Bylaw 1284 – Zoning Amendment Bylaw. This amendment will now allow for Home Occupation Daycare Services to tend, at one time, up to 8 children per premise.

Congratulations to Desiree and Deidre for having such a positive impact!