Bonus Sessions on Self-care and Street management
Complete list of Family Programs
This is a list of all our programs, which may or may not be currently available. For current programs only, please go to Current Family Programs. To be notified when new programs are added, sign up for our Mailing List.
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All Family Programs
The Mosaic HIPPY program HIPPY stands for Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters. HIPPY is an international program that helps parents learn with their children. A trained HIPPY Home Visitor visits the family each week and introduces activities that the parents can share with their child. Once a month all of the Home Visitors… Read more »
NOTE: Monday drop in starts on May, 13th Other programs to be announced soon! *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration. *Please bring along your child’s Permanent Resident card for registration.
A parenting program intended for families with children aged 7 – 12 years designed to strengthen the confidence and ability of parents to positively influence the lives of their school-aged children. *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration.
*Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration.
Rhymes and songs in English and your language; time to talk about being a parent in Canada. (Interpreters available) *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration.
Participants need to be part of the Family Engagement Mentorship Program before you could register to this program. *Please bring along your Permanent Resident card for registration.
Mosaic-Newcomer Family Resource Network will be offering a Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting Program for Women this fall 2017. (Positive Discipline in Everyday Parenting for parents of children from birth—18 years) For more information, please contact Disha at (204)774-7311 or MosaicInfo@mosaicnet.ca *Free dinner and childcare will be provided. *Free PDEP Book (by Dr. Joan Durrant) will be given to each… Read more »
The program aims to encourage sharing and learning together. Participants also get to meet newcomer parents and talk about being a parent in Canada.