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Association of Day Care Operators of Ontario (ADCO)
The Association of Daycare Operators of Ontario (ADCO) is the industry association for childcare owner/operators. Member centres may be commercial or not-for-profit enterprises. ADCO receives no government funding. Its members str...

News Releases

Sources welcomes Teach My
2011-02-08
Teach My
Sources welcomes a new member: Teach My.
Teach My Baby & Dads Boost Baby Brain Development
2011-06-13
Teach My
With Father’s Day around the corner, research shows dads can facilitate early learning.
Teach My Baby - Tired of Coochy, Coochy, Coo - Try Reading To Your Baby!
2011-05-11
Teach My
Wondering if you should read to your young baby? Think your little one is too young to understand the concepts?
Teach My Celebrates ‘Screen-Free’ Week April 18-24
2011-04-14
Teach My
Children are spending too much time with screens—and it's not good for them. For this reason, Teach My is pleased to recognize Screen-Free Week!
Teach My Learning Kits & Boy Talk!
2011-05-18
Teach My
All little ones benefit from building strong communication skills but research shows that boys get the biggest boost!
Teach My Learning Kits - Let's Talk Numbers!
2011-06-08
Teach My
Research Shows Preschoolers Benefit From Number Talk At Home!
Teach My Preschooler - Finalist in Red Tricycle's Most Awesome Preschooler Must Haves Contest!
2011-09-13
Teach My
After 20,000 nominations were cast by moms and dads over a 4 week period, Teach My Preschooler, the award winning all-in-one learning kit from Teach My is a finalist in Red Tricycle's Must Haves Conte...
Teach My Preschooler Observes International Literacy Day, Sept 8, 2011
2011-09-08
Teach My
Teach My Preschooler is pleased to observe International Literacy day and help raise awareness for a very serious issue.
Teach My Toddler – Pretend Play & Rainy Days!
2011-04-27
Teach My
Stuck inside on a rainy day with your toddler? Introduce some pretend play! According to Scholastic.com, young children learn from imagining and doing. The Teach My Toddler Learning Kit has all of the...
Teach My, Award Winning Learning Announces New Products!
2011-11-09
Teach My
Sections and Add-Ons by Teach My let customers create their learning experience!
Teach Your Baby Using Real Photos!
2011-07-18
Teach My
It is easier for babies to learn about real objects from photographs than from illustrations.

Sources Select Resources

The Decline of Play and Rise in Children's Mental Disorders
Gray, Peter
Article
2010
Psychology Today
Rates of depression and anxiety among young people in America have been increasing steadily for the past 50 to 70 years. Today, by at least some estimates, five to eight times as many high school and ...

Sources Bookshelf

Social Determinants of Health
Canadian Perspectives
Raphael, Dennis (ed.)
Book
2004
The social determinants of health are summarized and analyzed by over 30 medical and social academics.


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