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    Aboriginal Head Start Association of British Columbia
      Canada - Western
    Aboriginal Head Start (AHS) is an early intervention program for First Nations, Inuit and Métis children. The primary goal of the initiative is to demonstrate that locally controlled and designed early intervention strategies can provide Aboriginal children with a positive sense of themselves, a desire for life long learning, and opportunities to develop fully as successful people. Aboriginal Head Start directly involves parents and the community in the design and implementation of preschool projects. Projects include the promotion of cultures and languages, education, health, nutrition counselling and improved social supports.
    Educational Resources for Aboriginal Head Start Programs
      Canada - Western
    This compendium was created by Ball & Moselle Consulting Inc.* for Aboriginal Head Start Programs. The project was made possible by a contribution from Health Canada. Our purpose was to identify resources that would assist Aboriginal Head Start staff in finding materials that would: support the education component of the Aboriginal Head Start program; be appropriate for use by young children, particularly those from 3 to 5 years of age; represent Aboriginal cultures, particularly those located on the west coast of Canada.

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