Program Listing

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Past & Not Yet Scheduled Programs

The PCSS team offers a variety of programs to meet many different needs. 

Below are some we have offered in the past or may be offering down the road but have not yet been scheduled. Call us at (403) 207-7050 or send an email to pcssinfo@chestermere.ca to let us know if you'd like to see a specific program offering soon.

  1. Programs about Healthy Attachment
  2. Programs to support a child's social-emotional health
  3. Triple P Parenting
  4. Grow & Learn
  5. Postpartum Support Group
  6. Family Activity Kits

Programs about Child Development & Attachment Parenting

Travelling Tales & Tunes

This populRVS Aar early-literacy program is for both parents and their little ones (newborns, toddlers, and children under the age of 6). Participate in fun activities that promote literacy, language development, communication, and building a strong attachment with your child through songs, rhymes, stories, and connections with other families. This program is a 6-week commitment.

This program is delivered in partnership with Rocky View Adult Learning 


Circle of Security

The Circle of Security® program is desiCircle of Securitygned to offer the core elements of secure attachment to parents and caregivers.

Our work is based upon the following:

1. The quality of parent/child relationship shapes child behavior
2. Parents have innate wisdom and a desire for their children to be secure
3. Parents struggle without a coherent road-map of their children’s needs
4. Supporting parent reflection on their strengths and struggles, allows them to make new choices in the direction of security

 At the heart of this program is the notion that supporting security in the current generation will positively influence the shape of future generations.

The Circle of Security program is facilitated with a group of parents once a week for 90-minutes over an 8-week period.


Programs for New Parents

Baby Talk

Offered in partnership with Alberta Health Services (AHS) and Healthy Families, this program is designed for moms, dads, grandparents, and caregivers with a baby under the age of 12 months. Each week we present on a different parenting topic; sharing helpful information, resources, and answering questions. Facilitated by a Public Health Nurse, and a Caregiver Support Facilitator, Baby Talk is a great opportunity to connect with other parents and caregivers in your community, and to learn about how to support your baby's development, and being a parent. Choose to attend one, two, or all twelve sessions!  Register today by calling (403)-207-7050 ext. 7062.

Please click here for dates, times and topics

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