Parent Resources

Our informal Parent Resource Library offers books, videos and reference material on loan free of charge. Articles and tip sheets on a range of topics related to parenting are also available. Parent/Child Resource Kits (bags of reusable resources allowing adults to explore specific topics with children) can be borrowed for a nominal fee. Library resources can be borrowed for two week periods.

Library Hours:
Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 7:00pm (fall through spring)

Parent Resources also include:

Click here to view the Parenting Brochure

Topical Parent Workshops

  • These provide information on a range of topics related to the growth and development of young children and families.

Parenting Programs

  • Eg: Parenting your 3 – 6 Year Old, Positive Discipline, Nobody’s Perfect, Triple P

Special Events (held seasonally as scheduled)

  • Parenting Together Seminar – those parenting with a partner explore ways to support each other in the parenting role. Light refreshments included.

Developmental Screening Clinics (ASK)

  • Designed for families with children newborn to 5 years (not yet in school), ASK offers a 15 minute consultation with professionals from: Speech, Hearing, Behaviour, Preschool and Infant Development. No appointment necessary. First come, first served.

Informal consultations

  • These are available with Parent Educators, a Public Health Nurse and/or a Speech & Language Pathologist.

Infant Food Bank

  • Since 2007, Milton Community Resource Centre has partnered with Salvation Army, Milton Branch, to house and distribute infant supplies – diapers, formula and baby food.  We gratefully acknowledge the contribution of individuals and community groups in the Milton Community whose donations and support enable us to assist families in need.



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