WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: During the past year we have experienced an extraordinary time filled with challenges, turmoil, and uncertainty. This keynote is a tribute to all… Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: The teacher-child relationship in early childhood education classrooms is a complex relationship consisting of personal, attachment and professional teacher domains. In this workshop,… Read more »
BIO: Karen Begley supports and empowers educators to feel fantastic about the work they are already doing by making connections between their underlying values,… Read more »
Nadia Rabierad BIO: An immigrant herself, Nadia has bridged her background in clinical psychology with her passion for early childhood education. She is currently a… Read more »
Nadia Rabierad BIO: An immigrant herself, Nadia has bridged her background in clinical psychology with her passion for early childhood education. She is currently… Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: This workshop will review speech and language milestones in young children from age 1 to 5 and when there are areas of concern…. Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: This workshop focuses on strategies and approaches that highlight positive prevention and intervention strategies when guiding children’s behaviour. We will reflect on the educators’… Read more »
BIO: Scott Graham is an award-winning anti-bullying speaker, youth influencer, and the Kids 4 Kids Leadership Program founder. Scott’s presentations are extraordinary. He has spoken… Read more »
BIO: Julie Hansen: I have been an Early Childhood Educator for 20 years, having received my Diploma in Early Childhood Education from Douglas College. Since… Read more »
BIO: Karen Begley supports and empowers educators to feel fantastic about the work they are already doing by making connections between their underlying values, everyday… Read more »
BIO: Karen LeSage has over 25 years of experience working with children from birth to nineteen years of age in child care and community settings…. Read more »
Monday-Thursday January 24 – February 3 2022 Monday-Thursday, 10-12PM (plus 30 min. self-study) $160 English assessment will be completed prior to registration. Would you like… Read more »
BIO: Paula Milbradt has been serving children, families, and communities for over 28 years. She continues to share her passion and dedication to ECE professionals,… Read more »
Looking for free things to do on the North Shore with children this winter? Look no further! Take a look at the latest edition of… Read more »
This is a FREE viewing of a recorded event: BIO: For the past twelve years Rebecca has been a keynote speaker, workshop leader, and featured… Read more »
Stay in the loop about upcoming events, workshops, professional development and more. Read the latest CCRR Newsletter.
For grandparents, nannies and caregivers with the children in your care. Join Patty and Natalie on Mondays at 9:30AM in the basement of St. Andrew’s… Read more »
BIO: Cheryl Song has 20 years of experience working with children and families, as a licensed early childhood educator and family educator. Cheryl works with… Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: . Incorporating new activities and experiences based on children’s interests and needs can be a challenge in Infant Toddler settings. Discover how one source… Read more »
this is an online event. A zoom link will be sent out closer to the date
This is an online event. A zoom link will be sent out closer to the date.
One of our incredible community partners, North Shore Neighbourhood House, is offering virtual parenting online this fall. Parents can participate in these free workshops and… Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: Loose parts seems to be a popular buzzword; however, the principles have been around for many decades, and are formative in building creativity… Read more »
Contact Thrive Family Programs at 604-986-9311 or email us. www.familyservices.bc.ca
This Is an Online Event
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: With a greater understanding of each child’s life context comes greater potential to guide behaviours towards positive outcomes. The tools to guide children… Read more »
Looking for free things to do with the children in your care this fall? Look no further! Click here to view our Fall 2021 Free… Read more »
We invite you to join us for an all-candidates conversation about housing. Each of the five parties has been asked to select a representative to… Read more »
Join CCRR staff in person at the park for this parent & child program. Share stories and songs with your 0-6 year-old. Every Tuesday until… Read more »
We’re hiring! NSCR seeks a full-time (35 hours/week) Family Law Advocate to provide legal advice and representation to clients experiencing family law and child protection… Read more »
Bring your children and join us for story time in the park. The North Van City Library Book Bike will be there! Every Thursday until… Read more »
Did you know NSCR began as a volunteer-run organization? For over 40 years we have provided seniors with valuable information through our Seniors One Stop… Read more »
NSCR requires a full time, permanent Better at Home Lead to spearhead our programs and services. The Better at Home Lead provides overall leadership and… Read more »
Wishing our North Shore Community a very happy Pride Week! Show your support for our LGBTQ+ neighbours by flying the Pride Flag, sharing this post… Read more »
Here is a list of free things to do with children on the North Shore this summer.Free Things to Do On the North Shore this… Read more »
BIO: Cassidy has spent the last decade working in various settings and organizations as an educator and Librarian. Her jobs have included: working in school,… Read more »
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: This workshop is a first step towards understanding our own emotions as an adult in order to better understand and welcome emotions of… Read more »
BIO: Belva has been teaching preschool for the last 10 years. 5 years ago she discovered outdoor education and has never looked back. In 2017… Read more »
Did you know we send out a quarterly newsletter? Every season we let our community know about upcoming events and share some special stories about… Read more »
We can’t wait for the days when we can swing our doors open and welcome people to drop by our office again. Until then, we… Read more »
North Shore Community Resources (NSCR) envisions the North Shore as a thriving, interconnected community of family, friends, neighbours and colleagues who live, work and play… Read more »
Young children’s sense of self is inextricably tied to their sense of family. In order for a child to feel valued, included, respected and welcomed,… Read more »
It is harder now more than ever to find things to do with the children in our lives. Fortunately, we’ve compiled a list of free… Read more »
Join Chris for an engaging evening full of songs, movement, speech, instruments and games. This workshop will give you renewed energy and a host of… Read more »
North Shore Community Resources is at a loss for words at learning of the tragedy at the Lynn Valley branch of the North Vancouver District… Read more »
Welcome to NSCR’s new website! We have been working hard to bring this new and improved website to our community. We hope the improved user… Read more »
Connect with other parents for conversation and support. Registration required.
Receive additional support, one-to-one. Led by Kim, Family Support Navigator.
This workshop is meant to support educators in thinking with a social justice perspective by thinking about with social justice means to them. Through using… Read more »
Join Julie Hansen in discovering the value and importance of provocations—we as educators can support child development by following the children’s interests as we create… Read more »
According to Health Canada, we will not go back to what life was like before January 2020 soon. We need to plan a new normal for our work… Read more »
This workshop will explore ways to guide children’s behaviour in a positive way. The educators will learn about self-regulation, reflective behaviour and relationship building. We… Read more »
Prior to registering for one of our CCRR workshops for parents and childcare providers, please review our updated Workshop Information and Policy Protocols.
The North Shore CCRR lending library is open for borrowing! Our team worked hard to get a new system running, and now we are ready… Read more »
Are you interested in starting up a day care in your home? North Shore Child Care Resource and Referral program is here to help you… Read more »
As any parent knows, searching for affordable, appropriate child care can be stressful and challenging. The North Shore Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR) program… Read more »
For Early Childhood Educators, ECE students, caregivers, parents and anyone interested in quality early learning and care, North Shore CCRR offers free access to our… Read more »
For those interested in pursuing a career in the early childhood field or for early childhood educators and managers of child care facilities, our program… Read more »
A truly valuable service being provided to North Shore residents.
You have explained these concepts so clearly. The information you provided is so useful, I now know the difference between the three legal issues and… Read more »
Your help gave me a peace of mind after many months of stressful time.
I’m grateful to you and thanks for your work that makes the life easier for seniors. Your help brought joy to my life.
As a person with a disability, being part of North Shore Housing Action Committee is one more way that the voice of people with disabilities… Read more »
North Shore Housing Action Committee has become the brand name on the North Shore for the advocacy and guidance needed to promote affordable and achievable… Read more »
North Shore Housing Action Committee’s collaborative approach to finding creative solutions to increase the affordable housing stock is invaluable.
The involvement and feedback provided by Community Housing Action Committee is considered an important part of our consultation when it comes to decision making on… Read more »
Housing has emerged as one of the most pressing community planning issues on the North Shore. We greatly appreciate Community Housing Action Committee’s commitment to… Read more »
This is a great service and happy for their help.
Great service provided for the community.
Such a kind service. Really appreciate it.
Very welcoming and exceptional help that really helped me immensely on my tax form.
Our experience was very helpful and we appreciate having the tax service.
During the Forum I learned more about civic processes – who to speak to, how, and when – a highlight of the forum was speaking… Read more »
The Forum sessions provided me with a detailed overview of local government and helped me connect with like-minded peers on the North Shore.
I’ve become more patient. Through helping others, I better understand myself.
Volunteering is a very big part of my life and I get back ten-fold what I give to these great people.
I love meeting people, I love helping people.
I just can’t give them enough praise. Their company and skilled help around my home is greatly appreciated. Many thanks!
Although I do support a few favourite charities, my most rewarding experience is my time spent as a volunteer at NSCR which is committed to helping… Read more »
The Mother Goose program was essential for me to learn tools to deal with my fussy baby, like singing and rhyming, and also to teach… Read more »
The [CAPC] program has helped me better understand and enjoy my child.
You have been amazing and supportive during this time. I know if I have missed any information that you are there to make sure I… Read more »
You are a goldmine of information for seniors!
Every time I call I get great information about services I never even knew about.
I wanted to thank you for all your compassionate help, in getting my pensions going. I will be getting them in April, thanks to you, so… Read more »
I am grateful for NSCR’s legal services. When people have nowhere to turn, this program gives hope and protection.
I could not be more grateful, more willing to reach out again if need be, and I again repeat my gratitude for all the help… Read more »
The patience, attention to details, and the detailed letter I received back was more than I asked for.
The services were direct to what I needed and she answered all my questions and replied promptly.
Pleased that she is willing to spend the time explaining things to me and make more appointments to continue.
I’m so glad you are there; gave me advice for other issues and who to talk to. It is a great service for people with… Read more »
Welcoming, informed, empathetic, concerned, committed to helping.
The people who work here are authentic, caring professionals who actually treat you like a human being and listen to what your actual problem is… Read more »
Excellent service that is friendly and helpful.
You did a good job of facilitating the meeting: allowing us to introduce ourselves and providing each of us an opportunity to express our frustrations.
I’ve learned that it is okay to ask for help. I’m not sure if I would have been able to continue supporting my loved one… Read more »
This group was a lifesaver. It helped me find more supports for my care partner as well, like tips for talking to her doctor that… Read more »
I appreciate all the wonderful things you do for me from the bottom of my heart. You really make my life a lot simpler and… Read more »
I feel so much lighter! Can you see it in my face?
Thank you so much! This is such a great resource for our older patients.
You are an angel to work late just for me last night, I appreciate your dedication and thank you for this information.
I hold the agency in highest regard not just because of the quality of their programs, but because of the commitment of everyone who works… Read more »
I spoke with [someone at NSCR] about my concern – you guys are awesome! Really appreciate it!
It’s a good feeling to be able to speak with seniors in our community and be able to assist them to access a variety of… Read more »
This group provides an opportunity for young parents to socialize and obtain health information. Public health nurses and other service providers are available to discuss… Read more »