» Sustaining Healthy Start – Beyond 2020

Sustaining Healthy Start – Beyond 2020 is an important knowledge sharing forum about the impact of the Healthy Start/Départ santé initiative and its future. It will offer a creative and synergistic experience for  partners, supporters and connectors in the health and early years networks. We hope to engage as many knowledge mobilisers as possible!

When: September 26, 2018 – 9:00 am to 2:30 pm

Where: U of R – Language Institute, Room 215
3737, Wascana Parkway, Regina
Maps and directions: www.uregina.ca/contact/maps-directions/

Parking : Parking passes will be available on site. We ask that guests drive to the front of Language Institute building; parking passes will be distributed for section M in Parking lots 13 and 14 at the U of R.
Parking Map :

Videoconferencing: All New Brunswick and remote participants may access the Zoom broadcast. 
Instructions to connect to the Videoconference via Zoom

N.B. A bursary will be made available to offset travel costs (Saskatchewan residents).

RSVP Fatuma Omari rsfs.soutien@sasktel.net if you have not done so already, and specify any food allergies or restrictions.

Information: Gabrielle Lepage-Lavoie 306-381-6844/ rsfs.lepage@sasktel.net

ROUND TABLE Objectives :

  • Share project findings and recommendations;
  • Knowledge sharing strategies: how best to disseminate our results and engage partners;
  • Sustaining an initiative like Healthy Start for the health and wellness of young children.


White Paper: Preliminary Healthy Start / Départ Santé Scale-up Proposal

An Evaluation of the Healthy Start/Départ Santé (HSDS) Knowledge Development and Exchange (KDE) Strategy – September 2018
Kelsey Brown – Gabriela Novotna, PhD – Nazeem Muhajarine, PhD

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Every daycare should get Healthy Start training. My staff said that they all benefitted from the training and could apply what they learned right away. The training delivery was engaging and motivating. It was one of the best workshops they have attended!

- Director (SK)