Parents, we want to hear from you. Please take a moment to answer this one question.
Here is the link to the survey: Identifying Parents' Needs
In 2013, the BC Association of Family Resource Programs received funding from the United Way of the Lower Mainland to further, An Integrated System of Child Care, Early Learning and Family Support. This public policy project includes two goals which are in-keepting with the government's Early Years Strategy.
This project will include face to face focus groups with both stay at home and working parents. As a first start, we are collecting feedback from parents on their priority needs.
BC Families Agenda
Building a Sustainable Quality Early Years Strategy to Support BC Families
Early Years Strategy
The Families First Agenda
Through a UWLM Public Policy Grant, the BC Association of Family Resource Programs will provide leadership and support to manage a three-year ECD policy development initiative. We are committed to working with others to advance a provincial framework of Child Care, Early Learning and Family Support.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education <click here>
Presentation delivered at the September 19 First Call Roundtable Meeting <Click Here>
Common Sense Changes Encourage Work, Protect Vulnerable Families - BC Government Newsroom
Download MCFD's Operational & Strategic Directional Plan
FRP-BC submts letter to Deputy Minister Stephen Brown in response to the MCFD Service Plan.
Developed in partnership between MCFD and FRP-BC. The purpose of this review is to provide an overview of early years program service delivery in BC and examine the integration of early years programs and services in other jurisdictions. The report examines the following research question: Based on experiences described in other jurisdictions, what are the key enabling elements for promoting and maintaining successful integration of early years programs and services?