At some point, it’ll happen—as a parent, you’ll have to talk about developmental differences with your child. Maybe a new classmate will have a physical or intellectual disability, or your family will see someone in a wheelchair, or it’ll come up on TV. (Sesame Street recently introduced a new Muppet, Julia, who has autism, so
“There are fewer jobs, and many employers are only offering part-time or contract positions.”
After-school programming benefits the whole family. Here’s how to find it.
Last Sunday families were treated not just a screening of E.T. but also the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performing the iconic score as the movie played.
New doors opened in Sydney’s life as she gained insight and power over her anxieties.
For Leah, a single mom of six, the help she got through a family resource centre kept her kids fed and brought her out of depression and isolation.
Poverty is a complex and critical issue in Winnipeg, and United Way works with many partners who share the belief that any and all steps we can take towards ending it are important.
For 20 years, the Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) has advocated on behalf of children and teens. Now they’re letting the youth speak for themselves.
Jessica’s love of art began when she was a participant at a program supported by Winnipeggers’ donations to United Way.
After-school programs give kids a sense of belonging, a family away from home.