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This Aboriginal Pregnancy Passport is for your sacred journey through pregnancy, birth and baby?s early weeks. This may or may not be your first baby . Women share many similar experiences and needs. Each journey is different and that?s OK. ; This passport tells about experiences and needs. It also…
This links to a list of resources related to Aboriginal tooth care. Resources range from oral health while pregnant to taking care of children's teeth.
This series of resources is a response to a growing interest in parenting information for First Nations and Métis parents in BC. This booklet will help you be a confident and effective father. It talks about why fathers are important, includes ideas of how to be involved at different stages of your…
This resource provides an overview of how to protect your baby from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
This booklet shares information, culture and knowledge about early learning. It will help you strengthen your role as the first and most important teacher for your child. At the end of this booklet you will find resources and services for your family.
Historically, Aboriginal people had a close connection with the land and the food it provided. Food that was taken from the natural world was honoured and respected. It was never wasted, always shared. People were active as part of their daily lives. ; This booklet will help you learn how to help y…
This report reviews and analyzes research literature on FAS and ARBEs among Aboriginal people in Canada. Specific attention is paid to intergenerational variables that are linked to, or a result of, the residential school experience.