The Importance of Play

This video hosts national play experts Sue Palmer and Tim Gill; and chief executive of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Different aspects of play are set out: exploratory play vs. representational play; the role of play in the development of fine- and gross-motor skills; the links between play and speech and language; the difference between adult- and child-led play. Sue Palmer: “Almost everything that we become as adults has its roots in play.”
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Supporting children’s social and emotional development

Babies are born communicators and are capable of experiencing and expressing a wide range of emotions.  Children’s social and emotional skills are developing all the time. Skills may develop differently for different children.  There are many facets to social and emotional learning, click here for more information.
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Prescriptions are now FREE with OHIP+ for everyone under 25.

OHIP+ Program covers the cost of 4400 medications in Ontario.  Coverage is automatic, with no enrollment, no upfront cost, no co-payment or annual deductible.  All you need is an Ontario Health Card Number and a valid prescription. Some of the drugs that are covered include:   antibiotics to treat infections inhalers for asthma various insulins, oral diabetic medications and diabetes test strips epinephrine auto-injectors (e.g. EPIPENs®) drugs to treat arthritis, epilepsy and other chronic conditions medications to treat mental health conditions (e.g. antidepressants) attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drugs drugs to treat some childhood cancers and other rare conditions help to quit smoking: 
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Summer Student Position

CROW is looking for one summer student.  Please follow the link for the complete job listing. 2018 Summer Student job posting
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