LSCSS Program

Community Action Plan for Children (CAPC)

The Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) aims to improve healthy child development by improving parenting skills and parent-child relationships and decreasing social isolation. Programming offers positive learning experiences for children (aged 0-6) and their families. CAPC facilitators lead fun learning activities where children find opportunities to make friends and interact with others of similar ages. CAPC facilitators support caregivers to expand their social support networks, share experiences, and learn more about community resources.

  • For parents to expand their social support networks, share experience, and learn more about community resources. Parents will participate in group discussion around parenting, child development, family relationships and self-discovery etc. At the same time, children will have interactive play in a safe and fun environment.
  • CAP-C is a federally funded program that provides a supportive learning environment and community support to parents, grandparents, caregivers and their children aged 0-6 years.

CAPC Objectives:

  • Promote health and social development of children (Age: 0-6)
  • Build a social support network for families
  • Family empowerment (education/community resources)

Program Director

Jocelyn Reaume

Early Years & CAPC Counsellor


Program Funders