Metro News posted a recent article featuring CUPS One World Child Development Centre:
“Programs targeting both young children and their parents are creating brighter futures for low-income families across the city.
Through its One World Child Development Centre and its Family Development Centre, CUPS receives funding from United Way of Calgary and Area to provide an early intervention program for children and families living with the adversity of poverty and traumatic events.”
“The early years are the best time to build a solid foundation for the brain,” says Amber Luft, child development manager at CUPS One World Child Development Centre. “Whether it’s a social, emotional, cognitive or physical need, our multi-disciplinary approach to care helps put the right supports into place to move each child and each family forward.”
Read the entire article here as published in Metro News: Creating resilient children with the whole family