Healthy Start is a comprehensive, evidence-based program providing professional development training for early learning and childcare practitioners and parents. Healthy Start offers on-going support, resources and best practices for the integration of active play and healthy eating in early years environments.
What can we say about Tracy? As a team member hailing from Regina and working to coordinate the project for us in Southern Saskatchewan, we […]
We welcome Tamsin Forbes, a kinesiology student collaborating with the Fredericton Family Resource Centre and also part-time on a small project with Healthy Start until […]
- Jessica, Kinder Kollege (SK)
Healthy Start has had such a big impact on the children. They are enthusiastic about eating healthy foods and getting their bodies moving – it’s so rewarding!