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Childcare Educators - Early Years Outreach 

Early Years Outreach is a Middlesex-London Health Unit program that supports Early Childhood Educators and childcare professionals in London and Middlesex County through e-Newsletters, virtual presentations, learning opportunities and online information and resources.


 

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eNewsletter

Subscribe to the Middlesex-London Health Unit Early Years Outreach electronic Newsletters. The EYO eNewsletter is sent out monthly and updates on an “as needed” basis.  Please fill in the required fields.  Be sure to check for your confirmation email.

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Developmental Checklist and Resources:

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The Electronic Look See Checklist by Nipissing District Developmental Screen  is a developmental checklist that follows your child from one month of age to six years. It provides a snapshot in time of your child's development, and a starting point for discussion with a health/child care professional.

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Developmental Resources

 

Healthy Eating and Food Allergies

  • Ontario Dietitians in Public Health (ODPH) Child Care Healthy Eating Resources
    These child care nutrition resources were created to support child care providers across Ontario in planning and preparing healthy food for children in their care. They reflect current best practices for creating supportive nutrition environments in the child care setting and will help providers meet the food and drink requirements set out in the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 (section 42 of Ont. Reg. 137/15).
  • Diététistes en santé publique de l’Ontario Ressources en français
    Ces ressources sur la nutrition pour les services de garde d’enfants ont été développées dans le but d’aider les fournisseurs de services de garde à planifier et à préparer des aliments sains pour les enfants sous leurs soins. Elles reflètent les pratiques exemplaires courantes pour la création d’environnements alimentaires sains dans les services de garde et aideront les fournisseurs de services de garde à respecter les exigences relatives aux aliments et boissons de la Loi de 2014 sur la garde d’enfants et la petite enfance (article 42 du Règl. de l’Ont. 137/15).
  • Gardening at Your Child Care Centre (Health and Social Services Haldimand and Norfok)
    Having a garden at your child care centre is a great way to teach children about how plants grow and to get them interested in fruits and vegetables.
 
 
 

Indigenous Resources

 

Infectious Disease Resources

 

Mental Health

 

Safe Healthy Children:  A Health and Safety Manual for Childcare Providers

 

Webinars/Presentations (recordings)

 
 
Date of creation: March 20, 2014
Last modified on: January 17, 2023