Physical distancing does not mean social isolation! By joining us for In-Person programming, we can discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on parents/caregivers and their children. Indoor programs include Drop-In, Baby and Me, and Book Corner. As always, our programming will support early learning and child development and help foster and build connections with other families and community services in East Toronto. While each event has fifteen tickets only five families may join us at EarlyON – Danforth. At EarlyON – Sackville only four families can join us and only twelve tickets will be released.CLICK Here to read the COVID-19 In-Person Code of Conduct.
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Pre-registration: must be registered to attend. Follow online pre-registration requirements and attend programming according to the date and time of the scheduled activity
Hand Disinfecting: sanitize hands upon arrival/departure from the program location and after using the attendance record. Hand sanitizer will be made available at all times.
Screening: expect to be screened prior to entering the play area following protocols for screening
Physical Distancing: maintain physical distance of 2 metres apart from others at all times
Use of Face Mask: adult participants must wear a face mask or face covering. An exception to mask-wearing may be granted to parents/caregivers, for outdoor programming only, provided physical distancing of greater than two metres can be consistently maintained at all times. All children (aged 2 years and older) will be encouraged to wear a non-medical mask or face covering when engaged in outdoor programming.
Hand Washing: wash your hands frequently with soap and water, when available. In the park we will have hand sanitizer (70%-90% alcohol concentration) and we encourage you to use it if your hands are not visibly soiled, after covering a cough or a sneeze, before and after eating food and after using the washroom.
Outdoor Equipment: parent/caregivers must follow protocols for the use of outdoor equipment, as required by the EarlyON staff and includes washing or sanitizing hands often and after using any outdoor play equipment. Please place used or mouthed toys in the disinfecting bin.
Food and Drinks: Snack will be served in individual portions. Sharing food among participants is not allowed. Water bottles must be labeled.
The Parent Caregiver Network is a newcomer peer
support group. We work together to build healthy relationships, share community
resources and support one another with our personal and family situations.
To be a member of this network you must meet the
requirements of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada’s newcomer
Early Spring Housing Help Services Certificate (HHSC) – Online Version!
The Housing Help Services Certificate (HHSC) is an online comprehensive professional development certificate that provides skills and competencies to housing professionals in order to serve clients more effectively within the housing and homelessness sector. Our training series aims to help housing professionals achieve better outcomes for homeless and at risk individuals and households by informing and promoting best practices. Staff completing this certificate will benefit from up-to-date training in this specialized, housing-focused, area of service delivery.
The current series runs from March 8th until March 31st, 2022 and,
Consists of eight half-days, twice per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm),
The cost is $450 per participant to register
Training is delivered online via the Zoom video conferencing platform
Eligibility: You must be employed by an agency or organization within Toronto in order to register
To register, download the registration form here, fill out all sections, and e-mail the completed form to email@example.com. Payment must be received in full in advance by the March 3rd registration deadline. Payment (by cheque) must be issued by an agency; no personal cheques will be accepted.
Early Spring 2022 Training Schedule:
Introduction to Housing Help Services (Tuesday, March 8, 2022)
Anti-Oppression & Harm Reduction in Service Delivery (Thursday, March 10, 2022)
Tenant & Landlord Rights & Responsibilities (Tuesday, March 15, 2022)
Housing Standards & Working with Landlords (Thursday, March 17, 2022)
Housing Access & Income Supports (Tuesday, March 22, 2022)
Budgeting & Resource Management (Thursday, March 24, 2022)
Housing Stability & Eviction Prevention (Tuesday, March 29, 2022)
Understanding Mental Health in Housing (Thursday, March 31, 2022)
Registered participants will gain access to the webinars via a “Join” link (Zoom is compatible with PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android devices). For more information about the HHSC, contact contact EYET Sector Support staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.