On this page practitioners and others can find links to other resources and information on healthy living for pre-school age children.
- Healthy Start is a bilingual health promotion initiative aimed at increasing healthy eating and physical activity opportunities in early learning environments. The project, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, was initially developed in Saskatchewan and has since expanded to New Brunswick. See //healthystartkids.ca/
Best Start Resource Centre (Ontario)
- The Best Start Resource Centre: Ontario’s Maternal Newborn and Early Child Development Resource Centre is a key program of Health Nexus, a bilingual health promotion organization that works with diverse partners to build healthy, equitable and thriving communities. The Best Start Resource Centre supports service providers who work in preconception health, prenatal health and early child development. See //en.beststart.org/
- “Promoting Physical Activity in Childhood and Early Learning Settings: Addressing Policy and Practices” is a webinar providing an introduction and overview of integrating physical activity guidelines and practices in childcare and early learning settings. See www.cdpac.ca
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