Community Action Program for Children (CAP-C)






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CHILDREN’S CULTURAL PROGRAM

This program is dedicated to promoting the Native language, culture, values and traditions while keeping in tune with childhood principles.


The program will provide our children the opportunity to participate in a positive learning environment that is culturally sensitive to their own culture and social background. It will allow them to develop at their own individual level. The children will be exposed to situations which will stimulate: Ojibway language, Native arts and crafts, Native culture, values, independence, self-esteem, decision making skills, respect for others and environment, physical activity and communication skills.

Tuesday –                9-2pm for 4, 5, 6 yrs old

Wednesday –          9-1pm for 2 & 3 yrs old

Thursday –              9-2pm for 4, 5, 6 yrs old

PARENT SUPPORT CIRCLES PARENTING CLASSES

Parents discuss issues related to parenting and personal growth.  Guest speakers and elders facilitate on Native parenting and cultural teachings.

 

MOM AND TOT PROGRAM

The program focuses on Ojibway cultural teachings which follow the principles from social, physical, spiritual and emotional development of the child and parent.

 

 

SPECIAL EVENTS & RECREATIONAL & OTHER

Promote healthy lifestyles by having family picnics, community feasts, family camping trips, field trips, and holiday parties. Ongoing: transportation home visits, advocacy referrals, crisis intervention, outreach services and one on one support.


 

 

Email for more information
gbnwa@rogers.com

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