What's happening in the Early Childhood Education and Care field in Halton?
Come join us for a LIVE panel presentation with our Emergency Child Care Educators, as they share their experiences and learning in the classrooms. Click here to register On July 30, THRC hosted a live question and answer session with Dr. Deepika Lobo, Associate Medical Officer of Health – Halton. Click here for the recording[…]
Effective August 4, staff will be available Tuesday 12PM-4PM and Thursday 12PM-8PM. Please contact us at 905-875-4600 x101 or [email protected] Visit our website to learn more about what resources are available. We can’t wait to see you again!
Click here to learn more about, The Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Canadian families and Children Click here to learn more about, Safe & Unsafe for Childcare Centers During COVID-19 Click here to join the Live CPL Protfolio Webinar between 12:00PM, 12:30PM, 6:00PM, 6:30PM
We will be taking questions from the child care community ahead of time, and doing a live interview with Dr. Deepika Lobo, Associate Medical Officer of Health in Halton Region. Join us to get answers about working in child care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Submit your questions and register today!
To help us prepare, please let us know any questions you have for Public Health related to re-opening child care. Click here to submit your questions
This document has been prepared by Children’s Services and Halton Region Public Health to support child care centres and home care providers in reopening. This document will be updated and distributed, as needed Click here to view the documents and memo .
Scholar’s Choice Webinar: The Re-opening of Child Care Centres During COVID-19 Webinar Join special guests Don Giesbrecht (CCCF) and Jennifer Gilbert (South Western YMCA) as they discuss how to keep children, parents and staff safe when child care centres reopen during COVID-19. July 7th, 2020 at 8:00pm Click here to Register! Learning Outside the School[…]
Halton’s Emergency Child Care Panel Presentation In preparation of the sectors re-opening of child care, THRC hosted a panel presentation where Halton’s Emergency Child Care Providers could share their experiences. Click here for the Recording! . Guide to Safe Child Care Drop-Off and Pick-Up During COVID-19 As child care centers are beginning to reopen, a[…]
On June 9th, 2020, the Ministry of Education released the provincial guidelines related to child care reopening. The guidelines have been informed by the Emergency Child Care model that has been operating during the pandemic. THRC is hosting a Zoom panel of the centres in Halton that have been providing this emergency care, along with[…]
During this time of system closure, THRC has been pleased to share resources and online professional learning opportunities. Moving forward THRC is repositioning and refocusing energy to support the community around COVID-19 and the impact it has on our early years sector. Stay tuned for more information.
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada. Click here to learn more!
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Connect and Reflect: The Impact of Children’s Mental Health – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Spontaneous Expression through Automatic Drawing or Painting – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER College CPL Program – CLICK HERE TO JOIN SCHOLASTIC –[…]
VIRTUAL SESSIONS & ONLINE RESOURCES To register, please click on the links below. Introduction to Quality First Reflective Practice Coffee Chat
National Provider Appreciation Week May 8th, 2020 Are you a Licensed Home Child Care Provider? Enjoy the resources and interactive ideas below to use in your environment. Click here for Cooking Pizza-Dillas video and click here for the full recipe. Click here for full articles for Paint your Plate for full article or for tool[…]
Join us for our School Age Educator Drop in and enjoy resources and interactive ideas below on how to incorporate School Age programming once you are back in the classroom! Online Resources – Click here for a variety of free resources you can access online Virtual Sessions – Click the links below for the following[…]
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click on the titles below to be directed to their registration page: Connect and Reflect: Self-Regulation Zoom Meeting Meditative Drawing – Using Lines and Shapes to Calm the Mind and Body Zoom Meeting Coaching Network Zoom[…]
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click here to view Relaxation Techniques for Stress Relief Visit thrc.ca to register for the following sessions online: STEAM with Learning with Loose Parts Intro to Circle of Security Caregiver Interaction Scale Webinar Continuous Professional Learning[…]
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click here to register for the Talking Circles Zoom Session Click here to register for the Self Regulation Zoom Session – SESSION AT FULL CAPACITY Click here to view the Mental Health Webinar
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click here to view – An Astronaut’s Guide to Self-Isolation Click here to view Diane Kashin’s article – Continuous Professional Learning for Early Childhood Educators: Responsive Relationships Click here to register for the Coaching Network zoom[…]
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THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click here to view the TED Talk: Ideas Worth Spreading Caregiver Interaction Scale Webinar – April 16th from 2-3:30pm click here to register
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and resources. Click here to view the I Cannot Control image bigger Click here to complete your own personal self-care plan Mindfulness for Anxiety Management Article Adventurous Play & Resilience 4-Day Challenge – REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED […]
THRC eConnects are a way to keep us virtually connected during this time and share information and online resources. Click here to access the Supporting Families Beings with our Own article To Register for the Connect and Reflect session on April 2nd @ 1-2pm click here.- REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
What We Do
The Halton Resource Connection (THRC) works in partnership with individuals and organizations who serve the interests of children and youth within the Halton community, providing curriculum resources, services, equipment, and professional learning which enhance the quality of care.
THRC offers a variety of resources and support for those working with children, youth, and their families in Halton Region.
Centralized Intake Line
In Centre Support (ICS)
Quality First (QF)
Child Care Directory & Information Line (CCDIL)