A guide for health professionals working with
immigrant and refugee children and youth

Link to Caring for Kids New to Canada

We welcome links to our website, and have created some tools to make it easier.

Web button

Use the code below to include this graphic button on your website, which will link back to Caring for Kids New to Canada.

Use the code below to include this graphic button on you website, which will link back to Caring for Kids New to Canada.

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<a href="http://www.kidsnewtocanada.ca" target="_blank"><img src="http://kidsnewtocanada.ca/images/cfkntc-180x150px-en.gif" ALT="Kids New to Canada" width="180px" height="150px" border="0" /></a>
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Web page, blog or newsletter

The following text can be used on a website or blog, or in an electronic newsletter that can accommodate brief messaging. It can also be used for social media such as a Facebook page:

Short version: Caring for Kids New to Canada is a bilingual website from the Canadian Paediatric Society for health professionals who work with immigrant and refugee children, youth and families.

Long version: Immigrant and refugee kids face many challenges when they arrive in Canada. As a health professional, you're there to help them.  To help you, the Canadian Paediatric Society has launched an online guide for health professionals working with immigrant and refugee children, youth and families. Caring for Kids New to Canada is a bilingual resource with information on assessment and screening, medical conditions, health promotion, culture and health, child development, mental health, and much more.

Print materials

Click on the image below to access a high-resolution PDF that can be used for print publications:

Questions or comments? E-mail info@cps.ca

 

Last updated: September, 2016

Also available at: http://www.kidsnewtocanada.ca/about/link
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Caring for Kids New to Canada is a resource for health professionals. The information here is not a substitute for medical advice, nor does it indicate an exclusive course of treatment or procedure to be followed. Variations, taking into account individual circumstances, may be appropriate.

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