Keeping you informed about the latest research and best practices is part of our commitment to Home Visitors in BC. We're constantly adding to our library of professional resources. If you know of a useful new resource for Home Visitors that you would like to share, please contact the Home Visitor Training Coordinator.
Supporting Home Visiting and Early Intervention Workers through Reflective Supervision
Reflective supervision provides an opportunity for staff to reflect on their own work in a safe, supportive environment. This article explains the background and practical strategies of reflective supervision.
The aim of this information sheet is to explain the impact of stress and trauma on infant development, and help professionals understand how to address the needs of traumatized infants and their caregivers.
This article by Diane Benoit, from the Winter 1999 issue of IMPrint, the newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project, defines attachment and explains its relationship with regulation as it develops in infants.
This toolkit is directed to all those interested in exploring and validating cross-cultural attachment beliefs, values and practices, as well as the impact of migration and resettlement on these beliefs, values and practices.
Join us in beautiful Nanaimo for Caring with Strength: Resilience and Empowerment in Family Service, the annual conference of the Alliance of Professionals Serving Young Parents and the BC Council for Families. With two full days of interactive workshops, discussions and networking opportunities, and a focus on self-empowerment, self-advocacy and resilience, this year’s conference promises to inspire, move and motivate you.
This engaging, interactive training program is packed with information, discussion, and activities specifically designed to ensure home visitors will emerge with the knowledge and practical skills to implement successful services for families.
Nobody’s Perfect is a parenting education program where parents can safely share their experiences and concerns and receive the support of other parents – in addition to the support and resources brought by two skilled and knowledgeable facilitators.