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Fort Saskatchewan

In Fort Saskatchewan, partners came together to host multiple parent and children play sessions and parent conference. Partners in these events included schools, public library, Primary Care Network (PCN), Alberta Health Services (AHS), Parent Link Centre (PLC), Boys & Girls Club, Business Community, RCMP and Kid Sport. Participants received information on the recent local <a target=“blank” href=” ”>EDI data</a> and received <a target=“blank” href=” ”>”Go Play”</a> posters. The local high school students got involved and catered the event. The Coalition also hosted a public presentation to share the EDI data and focused on the importance of the early years and how the community might support early childhood development.

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Central Peace

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Smoky Lake

The coalition has developed EPIC (Explore, Play, Inspire, Connect) to promote the development of all 5 domains in a fun and interactive way. EPIC shows parents how to create simple, fun, and easily replicated activities which will enhance all areas of their child’s development. This is a highly attended workshop and allows parents to make

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