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Upcoming Programs

Families
This is a registered program for new moms with children that are 3 weeks to 14 months. Childbirth brings changes, and many moms suffer in silence from postpartum anxiety or depression.
This 8 week program is designed to support children, ages 5 to 8 years of age, as they explore their feelings of fear, anxiety, and worry in a supportive environment. Parents are required to attend the concurrent parenting group focused on helping parents understand and support their children. Pre-interview required. NO siblings. Register at fsca.ca
These workshops will help parents navigate their way through parenthood and all of its challenges. This is a three week session looking at the five core principle of Positive Parenting, how parents can use these principles to teach their children important values and skills and offers suggestions on helping children learn healthy coping skills. The workshops are for parents parenting children 0-12.
This program is for young children ages 12 months to 5 years and their parent(s). Move, Sing, Shake Together is a class full of nursery rhymes, music, stories, puppets and some movin' and shakin' to keep kids having a great time! Let's have fun together!!
During this group discussion you will meet other parents and share some of your experiences and ideas about being a parent and managing difficult behavior at bedtime. This workshop will teach you some positive strategies to help you to develop a good bedtime routine and teach your child to fall asleep in their own bed and stay in their bed until morning.
This 8 week program is designed to support children, ages 5 to 8 years of age, as they explore their feelings of fear, anxiety, and worry in a supportive environment. Parents are required to attend the concurrent parenting group focused on helping parents understand and support their children. Pre-interview required. NO siblings. Register at fsca.ca
Building a Strong Foundation for Children from Birth to Age 5 Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a “just right” combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Help your kids start strong—sign up today!
This is a one day class especially designed to provide non-judgmental support and information to pregnant teens and young women.
During this group discussion you will meet other parents and share some of your experiences and ideas about being a parent and taking your children shopping. Parents will be introduced to some positive parenting strategies to help you manage shopping trips.
Join an introductory discussion with other parents, a pediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) and a Registered Dietitian (RD). - Learn more about how children grow and develop eating skills. - Explore the many reason behind mealtime struggles and decide which First Step strategies best fit your child and family. - Learn about setting a consistent routine, connecting with your child, introducing healthy new foods and appropriate portion sizes. *Suitable for parents of children who do not have complex medical/feeding concerns or extensive feeding intervention.
These workshops will help parents navigate their way through parenthood and all of its challenges. This is a three week session looking at the five core principle of Positive Parenting, how parents can use these principles to teach their children important values and skills and offers suggestions on helping children learn healthy coping skills. The workshops are for parents parenting children 0-12.
This 8 week program is designed to support children, ages 5 to 8 years of age, as they explore their feelings of fear, anxiety, and worry in a supportive environment. Parents are required to attend the concurrent parenting group focused on helping parents understand and support their children. Pre-interview required. NO siblings. Register at fsca.ca
During this group discussion you will meet other parents and share some of your experiences and ideas about being a parent and managing difficult behavior like disobedience and defiance. Parents will be introduced to some positive parenting strategies to help prevent problems and to handle disobedience if it happens.
These workshops will help parents navigate their way through parenthood and all of its challenges. This is a three week session looking at the five core principle of Positive Parenting, how parents can use these principles to teach their children important values and skills and offers suggestions on helping children learn healthy coping skills. The workshops are for parents parenting children 0-12.
Join an introductory discussion with other parents, a pediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) and a Registered Dietitian (RD). - Learn more about how children grow and develop eating skills. - Explore the many reason behind mealtime struggles and decide which First Step strategies best fit your child and family. - Learn about setting a consistent routine, connecting with your child, introducing healthy new foods and appropriate portion sizes. *Suitable for parents of children who do not have complex medical/feeding concerns or extensive feeding intervention.
Building a Strong Foundation for Children from Birth to Age 5 Your child's first few years are so important! Learn how to make the most of them with Active Parenting: First Five Years, a program for parents and other caregivers. Written by parenting expert (and dad) Dr. Michael Popkin, this course will show you how to nurture your child with a “just right” combination of freedom and nonviolent discipline. Help your kids start strong—sign up today!
During this group discussion you will meet other parents and share some of your experiences and ideas about being a parent and managing difficult behavior at bedtime. This workshop will teach you some positive strategies to help you to develop a good bedtime routine and teach your child to fall asleep in their own bed and stay in their bed until morning.
This is a one day class especially designed to provide non-judgmental support and information to pregnant teens and young women.
During this group discussion you will meet other parents and share some of your experiences and ideas about being a parent and managing difficult behavior like fighting and aggression. Parents will be introduced to some positive parenting strategies to help prevent problems and manage those times when they lose their cool.
These workshops will help parents navigate their way through parenthood and all of its challenges. This is a three week session looking at the five core principle of Positive Parenting, how parents can use these principles to teach their children important values and skills and offers suggestions on helping children learn healthy coping skills. The workshops are for parents parenting children 0-12.
Join an introductory discussion with other parents, a pediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) and a Registered Dietitian (RD). - Learn more about how children grow and develop eating skills. - Explore the many reason behind mealtime struggles and decide which First Step strategies best fit your child and family. - Learn about setting a consistent routine, connecting with your child, introducing healthy new foods and appropriate portion sizes. *Suitable for parents of children who do not have complex medical/feeding concerns or extensive feeding intervention.
Seniors
Are a caregiver for a Family Services of Central AB (FSCA) Adult Day Support Program client? Would you like to receive email updates on the various Programs & Services that Family Services of Central AB provides. If so, please register for this email by registering an account with the FSCA online registration system. Follow the registration directions and you should receive an Email Update from FSCA as they are sent out.
Elder Abuse 101Opening Minds Through Art is an intergenerational program art making program for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia. OMA provides the opportunity for creative self-expression and social engagement.
Counselling
Focus on Communication in Separation (FOCIS) is a six hour, skill-based course teaching parents how to communicate effectively while living apart. FOCIS aims to enhance the communication skills of parents, reduce parental conflict and improve long term outcomes for children and by the end of the course parents will be able to decrease tension and stress for themselves and their children. Parents attend separate groups so each parent has a safe place to learn and practice new communication and problem solving skills. A certificate of completion is provided at the end of the course. This is a program b Alberta Family Justice Services and topics include: - Effects of conflict on children - Understanding conflict - Anger - Listening skills - "I" Messages
Focus on Communication in Separation (FOCIS) is a six hour, skill-based course teaching parents how to communicate effectively while living apart. FOCIS aims to enhance the communication skills of parents, reduce parental conflict and improve long term outcomes for children and by the end of the course parents will be able to decrease tension and stress for themselves and their children. Parents attend separate groups so each parent has a safe place to learn and practice new communication and problem solving skills. A certificate of completion is provided at the end of the course. This is a program b Alberta Family Justice Services and topics include: - Effects of conflict on children - Understanding conflict - Anger - Listening skills - "I" Messages
Focus on Communication in Separation (FOCIS) is a six hour, skill-based course teaching parents how to communicate effectively while living apart. FOCIS aims to enhance the communication skills of parents, reduce parental conflict and improve long term outcomes for children and by the end of the course parents will be able to decrease tension and stress for themselves and their children. Parents attend separate groups so each parent has a safe place to learn and practice new communication and problem solving skills. A certificate of completion is provided at the end of the course. This is a program b Alberta Family Justice Services and topics include: - Effects of conflict on children - Understanding conflict - Anger - Listening skills - "I" Messages