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Internet Safety

The Internet is an amazing communications tool that can open a world of possibilities for children and youth.  Unfortunately, the online world can also be dangerous place for vulnerable children and youth who are...

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Activities for Kids

If you are a Special Friend or Parent Aide and are looking for activities, or events for your volunteer outing, check out:www.Toronto.com

Here are some other suggestions for fun, accessible activities...

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Positive Discipline

Parenting is very rewarding, but sometimes it can be very challenging. There are ups and downs, and both you and your child will make mistakes along the way. That's okay. You're not alone.

One major...

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Parent & Teen Conflict

Adolescence is a time when children are exploring indepedence and trying to make decisions for themselves. They are also often experiencing the emotional confusion that accompanies the changes of their bodies brought on...

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Establishing Rules

As your children grow and develop new skills and experiences, you can offer guidance and support. Conflict is a normal part of child development. The best way to prevent serious conflict is to create a safe...

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Healthy Living

Children learn and model healthy eating habits from parents early in life.

Here are some examples on how you can instill healthy eating habits into your family's life:

  • Establish a routine for meals and snacks - try...
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Babysitting

It is a parent's responsibility to choose a person capable of managing your child’s specific needs while you are away from home. Young babies and small children must be looked after at all times. The Child...

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Know Your Rights

On January 1, 2020, Part X of the Child, Youth, and Family Services Act comes into force, creating a new access and privacy framework for Ontario’s child and family services sector. The Information and Privacy...

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Truth and Reconciliation

Equity Statement: Truth and Reconciliation

The child welfare sector, including the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CCAS), has a long and challenging history with Indigenous communities.

We acknowledge the...

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Resolving Your Concerns

Concerns and Complaints

At CCAS, we are committed to offering the best possible services to the children, youth and families we serve. If you have a concern about the services you have sought or...

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Our Commitment to Equity

Our Commitment to Equity at Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto

The Catholic Children’s Aid Society created the following as a policy statement in 2018, and we felt it was important to share our stance with...

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