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Aboriginal Home Instruction Program for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (Aboriginal HIPPY) : First Nations and other Aboriginal communities / Chief Dan George Centre for Advanced Education.

By: Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre. Chief Dan George Centre for Advanced Education.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Vancouver, BC : Chief Dan George Centre for Advanced Education, Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, [2002]Description: 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.Other title: Aboriginal HIPPY British Columbia | HIPPY.Subject(s): Home instruction | Early childhood education -- Parent participation | Readiness for school | ParentingOnline resources: Website Summary: The HIPPY program in Canada started in 1999 in Vancouver as a collaborative effort among Simon Fraser University, Britannia Community Services Centre and the National Council of Jewish Women. The program serves families from very diverse backgrounds in several sites. This report outlines the Aboriginal HIPPY program in BC and details an implementation plan to spread Aboriginal HIPPY across Canada as a national program.
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The HIPPY program in Canada started in 1999 in Vancouver as a collaborative effort among Simon Fraser University, Britannia Community Services Centre and the National Council of Jewish Women. The program serves families from very diverse backgrounds in several sites. This report outlines the Aboriginal HIPPY program in BC and details an implementation plan to spread Aboriginal HIPPY across Canada as a national program.

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