WE'RE HERE FOR YOU!
Did you know you can receive FREE encouragement, information and support from a trained home visitor?
South Region Parents as Teachers serves the City of Lethbridge and rural communities across Southwestern Alberta such as Bow Island, Taber, Milk River, Coaldale, Nobleford, Fort Macleod, Raymond, Cardston, Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass!
First Nations families may be interested in receiving support from our Indigenous Support home visitor!
Call 403-320-5983 for more information.
South Region Parents as Teachers wishes you and your family well during these challenging times. At this time, we are providing IN-PERSON, VIRTUAL and TELECOMMUNICATION personal visits. In-person outdoor visits may take place when safe to do so, informed by public health guidelines such as Covid-19 screening and maintaining physical distancing.
We understand change can be very stressful and having positive routines and rituals can help us all manage during times of stress. As such, we continue to be here to help you and your family by providing you with personalized, custom supports and information through a combination of these different formats.
Virtual, phone and in-person visits have a lot in common - you and your child(ren) enjoy some one-on-one activity time (play time is a great de-stressor), you and your home visitor talk about developmental topics, celebrations, challenges and child development. And we help you learn about protective factors which help all families be strong and resilient in good times and in tough times.
Research shows that there are Protective and "Promotive" Factors that build on your family's strengths and promote your child's development. At every Parents as Teachers personal visit, we help you strengthen and build protective factors to keep you, your child and your family healthy, strong and resilient.
See the info below and call 403-320-5983 for more information or to register.
How do you help your young children learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential?
Covid-19 Pandemic Provincial Updates.
Public health is the mandate of Alberta Health Services and the Province of Alberta.
Visit alberta.ca for the most up to date information about measures being taken to protect Albertans.
Visit Alberta Health Services for a comprehensive list of all tools and health resources.
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Being a parent is hard work...
Parents as Teachers helps parents understand child development and connects them to the resources they need to make the best choices for their family.
Parents as Teachers offers personal home visits customized to the needs of each family. Click for more details on our services or to contact us for more information on how to enroll.
"Having someone take the time to talk with me about parenting makes me feel useful, needed and very necessary!"
"Being a parent isn't what I expected. You need to help them develop into their own little person, and I wouldn't have known how to do it without Parents as Teachers."