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Peel Children's Charter of Rights

MPCRC is proud to champion the Peel Children's Charter of Rights.

We encourage everyone to become familiar with the charter, which lists twelve rights that apply to every child.

Our centres will be showcasing a different right every month.

For September, it is "The Right to an Identity - Every child has the right to have their own name and nationality. Every child can show who they are."

For more information on how the Charter was created, visit the Success by 6 Peel website.

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Mississauga Parent Child Resource Centres is a non-profit charitable agency.

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Programs for Families with Infants.

Mississauga Parent Child Resource Centres offers several programs to parents of infants:

You and Your Baby
The focus of this six session program is to provide education and support to new mothers with babies up to 9 months of age. Weekly topics cover Birth Experience, Breast / Bottle Feeding, Safety, Adjustments to Parenthood, and Leaving your Baby in Care of others. Support of new mothers and sharing of information and experiences is the key focus of this program. (Brittany Glen, Heart Lake, Meadowvale, Turtle Creek).

Post Partum Mood Disorder Peer Support Group
This is a weekly discussion group for mothers of a new baby who may at times find their new role overwhelming and isolating. Meet other mothers and share ideas, thoughts and experiences. Childcare will be provided in the centre for the duration of the program. (Heart Lake, Meadowvale, Turtle Creek).

Moms, Dads, and Babies Too!
Numerous parenting development workshops focusing on the first year of life are given by guest speakers. Babies attend each workshop with the parent. (Brittany Glen, Heart Lake, Turtle Creek).

Infant Massage
This 4 session program gives participants the opportunity to learn the art of infant massage while promoting the bond between infant and parent/caregiver. This program is designed for infants who are not yet mobile. (Brittany Glen, Meadowvale, Heart Lake, Turtle Creek).

Mother Goose ~ Birth to 12 months
This interactive program supports bonding between adults and infants, through rhymes, finger plays and songs. It offers the opportunity for adults to network, support each other, and bring about an awareness of community resources. (Most centres).

Consult centre's staff for more details.