Sending Your Child To Camp

Deciding to send your child to camp can be a difficult decision for parents. Here are some questions to consider.

Using Children’s Literature

Using children’s books to help in the understanding of a chronic health condition or disability can help encourage friendships, teach tolerance, reduce fear, provide information, dispel myths and stereotypes and promote understanding.

Parent Participation – Bringing the Parent Perspective into the Discussion

When working on a program or project parent participation will bring a new depth and enrichment to the process. To make this partnership work, professionals must have a strong conviction about the value of that parent participation. This brochure suggests ways to include parents and the supports they may need.