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FamilySmart Parent in Residence Job Opportunity

FamilySmart has partnered with Foundry Richmond to bring a Parent in Residence to our community. To best serve Richmond, they are seeking a parent with lived experience who is also bi-lingual in English and Cantonese and/or Mandarin.

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31 Jan

Growing Together Development Guide - New updated version

Richmond Children First has updated the popular Growing Together Development Guide for Richmond families with young children. View the online version or pick up a paper copy today.

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20 Feb

More parents, kids to get help from free mental health service

Parents and caregivers in B.C. whose children have anxiety impacting their development and day-to-day happiness at home, school and in the community will soon have access to a new, free intervention program.

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26 Apr

Become a neighbourhood family connector

Richmond's United Way Avenues of Change project is looking for parents and grandparents who live in Richmond City Centre and would like to volunteer their time to support neighbourhood activities and events.

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20 Mar

Changes to Richmond Public Library's Babytime

On April 1st, 2019 Richmond Public Library will be making some important changes to the Babytime program.

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11 Mar

Apply to join the Richmond Hospital Breastfeeding Action and Awareness Committee

Vancouver Coastal Health is recruiting family advisors for the Richmond Hospital Breastfeeding Action and Awareness Committee. This committee is supporting making Richmond more baby friendly, including promotion and support of breastfeeding.

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05 Nov

Beware of third parties demanding a fee for help with child care benefits

The Ministry of Children and Family Development is warning B.C. parents about third-party websites and related social media posts offering to help parents access provincial and federal child care funding and supports – at a potential cost to parents.

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30 Oct

Families needed for a study on how children learn English

The Simon Fraser Phonological Processing Lab is looking for children ages 4-8 who either only speak English or have just started learning English within the past 6-12 months.

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29 Oct

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