ADHD workshop

Join us for a virtual parent/caregiver workshop via Zoom!

Making a Shift

Strategies to improve behaviour and strengthen your relationship with your child. For parents and caregivers of children aged 6-12. This is a two-part series, please attend both sessions. Please register by calling 519-371-4773 ext “0” This workshop will be held virtually via Zoom

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Statement on the Targeted Violence on the 2SLGBTQQIAP+/- Community at Club Q in Colorado

Owen Sound, Ontario- November 21st, 2022- Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services along with our partners Bruce Grey Child and Family Services, Canadian Mental Health Association, Pflag, M’Wikwedong Indigenous Friendship Centre and Make it Wright strongly condemn the most recent mass shooting targeting a gay bar in the city of Colorado Springs, Colorado.  This horrific incident is but one of many deadly acts against the Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Pansexual +/- community.   All forms of violence towards 2SLGBTQQIAP+/- are increasing in frequency and severity.  Recently, the…

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kids in school
We are thinking of all our clients, families, students and staff who are affected by the on-going disruption within the education sector this week.  We understand that this is a challenging time for those who are advocating for their rights to bargain a fair collective agreement, as well as, for the students and families caught in the middle.  We are hopeful for a speedy resolution that supports a fair outcome for workers and families. We commit to continued updates as information becomes available to us.

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Halloween is a lot of fun for most kids, but for some it may be overwhelming and scary. There are spooky decorations everywhere, people dressed up and unrecognizable and noisy kids running all over the streets shouting “Trick-or-Treat!” Good news! There are a lot of ways that you can help your child combat sensory overload and have an awesome and memorable Halloween. Talk about it ahead of time. Explain what will be happening when you go trick-or-treating. Talk about the costumes, decorations and going door-to-door. Role play what to do when that door opens. Use social stories to…

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