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The Triple P Positive Parenting program has been growing steadily in Prince Edward Island, since its introduction in the fall of 2015. “One of the best ways to help children is to support parents,” said Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie. “We are pleased to see a growing...
Thanks to the PERCÉ program, about 30 PEI postsecondary students, mostly registered in out-of-province institutions, have returned to the Island for a summer internship in their field of study. RDÉE Prince Edward Island Inc., which is coordinating the program, is specifically seeking to encourage...
This document provides information to parents of children with autism spectrum disorders.
Island public libraries will be kicking off the TD Summer Reading Club with special events on Saturday, June 25 “Studies show that children who keep reading throughout the summer do better when they return to school in the fall,” said Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie. “...
Best Start is a voluntary in-home visiting program for families who face challenges and can benefit from additional support during a child's first three years. Public health nurses screen all newborns and their families across Prince Edward Island for the program within two weeks of birth....
This document provides information on and applications for autism funding support for preschool and school-age children.
Two different types of funding are available to support children with Autism Spectrum Disorders., Preschool autism funding, is available to help parents and licensed early childhood centres to hire an Autism Assistant for children receiving Intensive Behavioural Intervention (I.B.I.) support.,...
This document provides a framework for educators to teach social skills to student with autism spectrum disorders.
This document provides a resource for educators teaching students about autism spectrum disorders.
This document provides a framework to assist educators transitioning students with autism spectrum disorders to a new school.