Centre for Child Well-Being - Opportunity for All
The Centre for Child Well-Being and the Child Development Lab offer a wide range of opportunities for collaboration among
- faculty of Mount Royal University
- families and children within the community
Participants in the activities of the Centre for Child Well-Being and the Child Development Lab creates rich learning experiences, confidence, skills, and future opportunities in the field. Not only is this an environment to create connections, it is an environment to learn and grow as a student and a professional.
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The CCWB and the BCST Degree mentioned in Macleans Magazine!
Centre for Child Well-Being recognized in article titled, "Child care centre starts kids on physical literacy journey"/
Child Well-Being: Engaging in the Core Story of Brain Development
Further mobilize the core story of brain development in Alberta communities to raise awareness and share knowledge about the importance of healthy brain and child development to lifelong health outcomes, with a focus on mental health and addiction
Interfacing Law, Neuroscience, & Genetics to Support Child Sex Abuse Victims in the 21st Century
This presentation outlines the current international legal landscape that compels the need for additional understanding of the impact of child sex abuse on victims, as well as the neuroscientific and epigenetic research that has been conducted to date, and concludes that a robust, multidisciplinary, longitudinal study of child sex abuse victims is needed in order for the global community to fulfill its obligations to victims and ensure their full recovery and successful reintegration.