Parenting Education Saskatchewan provides Parent Educators, Families and Caregivers with support, programming, resources, and education. We are your parenting hub!
Below you will find links to valuable information including theThe Incredible Parent Directory FSS - 2020
If you are a local agency or business in Saskatchewan, we would love to hear from you and will update our information.
Becoming a Parent
Saskatchewan Literacy Network - Prenatal Caring Circle - Promoting Family Literacy, Attachment and Well-Being Before and After Birth
Healthy Starts for Baby
Saskatchewan Literacy Network - Growth and Development of Your Child
Government of Saskatchewan - Feeding Your Baby
Government of Saskatchewan - How to Talk with Your Baby
Government of Saskatchewan - Growing Up Healthy
Healthy Starts for Parents
Maternal Mental Health - Our Mothers, Our Future
Cesarean Support Group - Share information and answer question related to planning, have/had or pregnant after a cesarean
The Berry Breast Support - Support for Pregnancy and Parenting
Mothers Empowering Mothers - Saskatoon's Postpartum Support Group
General Parenting Resources
Family Service Regina - Programming
Family Service Saskatoon -Programming
CFS Saskatoon - Programming
CFS Prince Albert -Programming
Prince Albert Community Services Centre -Services
Moose Jaw Family Services- Programming
Saskatchewan Literacy Network - Children's Rights in Canada
Little Hands and Me Parenting Network - Together Strong
Regina Children's Initiative - Strong Beginnings. Brighter Beginnings
Regina Baby Friendly Spaces - Who supports families feeding their children
FASD Network Saskatchewan- There is hope... there is help.
Family Service Saskatoon - Intimate Partner Violence Drop-In Group
211 Saskatchewan- A province-wide resource for connecting individuals to services
SFFA|Saskatchewan Foster Family Association- Foster parenting info and resources
Positive Discipline Parenting Programs
"What is Positive Discipline? Positive discipline is an approach to parenting that teaches children and guides their behaviour, while respecting their rights to healthy development, protection from violence and participation in their learning. Positive discipline is based in research on children's healthy development and effective parenting, and founded on child rights principles. Positive discipline is not permissive parenting and is not about punishment. It is about long-term solutions that develop children's own self-discipline and their life-long skills. Positive discipline is about teaching non-violence, empathy, self-respect, human rights, and respect for others."
Become Part of the Team
Because of an increasing need for our services, our need for donations is greater than ever. One way to help is by making monthly donations, through our parent organization Family Service Saskatoon. This is a great way for people to donate in a financially responsible way, and it allows us to provide support for the community with the confidence that regular donations are coming in.