Inkster Parent Child Coalition (IPCC)
About Inkster Parent Child Coalition (IPCC):
IPCC offers a variety of programs and resources to support families in the Inkster community. We have a strong focus on the early years because we know that early experiences matter – The first five years of a child’s life are the biggest preparation for future successes!
We base our programming on the most recent Early Development Instrument (EDI) results. The data which make up the EDI results is collected with the help of Inkster kindergarten teachers and financial supported by Healthy Child Manitoba. The EDI results show us how ready kids are for school and how we can best invest our time and resources to support the development or the young ones in our community.
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General Program Information
To register email, call, or message us on Facebook or Instagram with the following info:
- Time slot (if applicable)
- how many adults
- How many children
- Age of child(ren)
The Inkster Parent Child Coalition is supported by Manitoba Child and Youth Services within the Department of Families, to plan and implement an early years strategy for Inkster. We provide free caregiver/child centered activities and resources for families with children 0-6 years old, that focus on:
- Nutrition and physical health
- Literacy and learning
- Positive parenting and
- Community capacity building
Fall 2021 Programs
We offer free programs and resources for caregivers and children (0-6) to enjoy together in the Inkster Community.
Mud Kitchen runs until end of September Wed 10:30 – 11:30
Registration required: https://bit.ly/333D4qC
Bouncing Bees at Weston runs until end of Octoboer Thursday 1:30-2:30
Registration required: https://bit.ly/2PBL4vN
Potty Training Webinar Interest list: https://forms.gle/mfAQzCbVxYN77nAv9
We are offering programs and activities you can do from home with your child and in person programs that follow the COVID-19 provincial guidelines as they change. Guidelines for families: What we do:
– Staying home when sick
– Mandatory masks for those over 5 years old
– Registering for in-person programs
– Sanitizing and washing hands before during and after program
– Maintain social distance
– Staff wear masks
– Screen each family
– Limit registration
– Provide sanitizing supplies
– Sanitize frequently touched areas and equipment
We are offering programs and activities you can do from home with your child and in person programs that follow the COVID-19 provincial guidelines as they change.
Guidelines for families:
What we do: