Parenting is a tough job. Parenting is probably one of the most difficult jobs you will ever have. It would be nice if kids came with an instruction manual but, unfortunately, that is not the case. Of course, there is always the advice of others, sometimes wanted and sometimes unwanted and often conflicting. Fortunately, there is one online resource where parents can turn to at any time for everything about children and parenting: The Manitoba Parent Zone.
ManitobaParentZone.ca is a made in Manitoba website designed to provide parents with trusted resources and information to help them with parenting. They provide parents with child development information that reflects current best practices in health and child and adolescent development. It also included important links to Manitoba-based public education and public health campaigns.
From the early stages of pregnancy right through to the teen years, you will find a plethora of parenting and child development information that is well organized and easy to navigate.
ManitobaParentZone.ca also lists the programs and supports, and strategies available to you in your community through community partners and the province of Manitoba.
The Parent-Child coalitions are community-based resource centres established to bring together community strengths and resources within an individual neighbourhood. The coalitions are made possible through partnerships with a variety of child, family and community programs, close to home. Programs focus on the early years of childhood with each Parent-Child Coalition striving to meet the unique needs of the community it serves. Through the ManitobaParentZone.ca you will find the parent-child coalition in your area.
Another excellent resource offered through ManitobaParentZone.ca is their interactive "Ask an Expert" feature where parents can ask specific questions, and experts provide answers. Select "Ask an Expert" questions and answers will be posted on the site, searchable and easily accessible, for all site visitors in need of parenting and child development information.
Visit the Manitoba Parent Zone for the latest in parenting and child development resources.