On February 1, HELP hosted the Pre-Conference at UBC’s 2024 Early Years Conference, welcoming nearly 300 early years professionals from BC, across Canada and beyond.
The award will fund the project, Actualizing Indigenous Data Sovereignty Principles, which aims to bring equity to HELP’s data and knowledge sharing processes, fostering research and evidence-based decision-making to enhance the health and well-being of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children.
HELP is delighted to mark the arrival of 2024 with the addition of three distinguished faculty and affiliate faculty members to its esteemed team of researchers: Dr. Tim Oberlander, Dr. Judy Gillespie, and Dr. Caroline Sanders.
As we bid farewell to 2023, we would like to take a moment to reflect on a year filled with accomplishments and milestones.
The Human Early Learning Partnership is pleased to offer a full day of pre-conference learning and dialogue for this year’s Early Years Conference (EYC), on February 1, 2024.
Cross-Sector Collaborations Create Early Years Programming to Support Rocky Mountain Transitions into Kindergarten
Learn about how Child Development Monitoring System data are useful sources of information to support cross-sector early learning discussions and partnerships.
BC Children’s Hospital is launching a new online Outdoor Play and Learning tool today, to help parents, caregivers and educators gain the skills and confidence to support outdoor play and learning in elementary schools from kindergarten through Grade 7.
Over the past two decades, the Aboriginal Steering Committee (ASC) at HELP has continued to support a deeper understanding of the social, environmental, and cultural determinants of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis children’s health and wellbeing.