Exploring the latest EDI data

2016 marks the final year of Early Development Instrument (EDI) Wave 6 data collection. With 13 years of population-level data on BC’s children, clear trends and patterns are emerging that are essential to policy and program decision-making across many sectors. We are excited to share these data and the related stories they tell us about how our children are doing. We are also very pleased this year to be able to start to share more detailed EDI subscale data.

During the Fall, there will be many opportunities to learn more about and explore the latest EDI data together. In September and October, these include our Fall Expo 2016 and EDI 101 Webinar Series. In addition, the HELP team continues to finalize plans for additional EDI-related events and research presentations into the Fall and Winter. I encourage you to watch our blog and social media channels for updates and registration information.

On behalf of HELP, I want to take this opportunity to say thank you. We would not be where we are today if not for your continued support. We look forward to connecting with you over the next few months and into 2017.

Pippa Rowcliffe
Deputy Director, HELP