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Islanders will be able to access more public services and spaces on Monday, June 1 when further COVID-19 public health measures are relaxed as the province moves into Phase 3 of the, Renew PEI, Together, plan. During today’s sitting of the Legislative Assembly Transportation, Infrastructure and...
This document provides a framework to support teachers in the implementation of CMP521A curriculum.
The, Strongest Families, Program provides high quality, timely, no cost mental health care for Prince Edward Island children and youth and their families. The program is delivered online and through telehealth services., What at-home resources or supports can I access for my child?, The Strongest...
Behavioural support is offered to help, children aged 4-12, who have, moderate to severe behavioural difficulties, . A team of professionals called the, Behavioural Support Team, have specialized expertise in delivering treatment to children with disruptive behaviour disorders. The team includes a...
Island children and families will have more access to child care and in-school services when some public health restrictions are relaxed on June 1. “We are fortunate in PEI to be in a position where we can safely renew many services that are very important to children and working parents. Educators...
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is a modified form of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) that uses traditional cognitive-behavioral techniques, but also implements other skills like: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. There is an additional...
This publication is the Annual Report of the Prince Edward Island Lotteries Commission for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2019.
This publication is the Annual Report of the Prince Edward Island Lotteries Commission for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018.