Learning to Observe, Value, Inspire and Transform 

our Aboriginal Head Start programs – The LOVIT Way

Welcome to The LOVIT Way

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The LOVIT Way Village

The LOVIT Way Village offers AHS staff, family and community members access to tools that help your program be the best it can be.

In The LOVIT Way Village You Will Find:

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Program Evaluation Process (PEP) 

  • PEP is a culturally-sensitive evaluation tool based on 33 questions that reflect the AHS Principles and Guidelines. 

  • Have a conversation with your AHS community including staff, parents, and Elders, to celebrate your successes, discover areas that need action, and plan the changes you want to make.

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Inspire 

  • Find resources to support the 9 PEP Components and help transform your programs into the best they can be! 

  • Submit your favourite Inuit, Métis and First Nations resources, activities and ideas to share with other programs.

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Sharing Circle

  • Remember the days when we used to get together? Now we can do that online in our virtual gathering place!

  • Ask questions and discuss topics nationally or provincially with other LOVIT Way Village members.

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If you want your program to be the

best it can be, you gotta

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Aboriginal Head Start is an early intergenerational wellness program for

First Nations, Inuit and Métis children and families. 

AHSABC is a leader in the development and delivery of professional training

and cultural resources for AHS programs across Canada.

To learn more, contact AHSABC

 250-709-7592

Click here to email AHSABC

www.ahsabc.com

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Les opinions exprimées dans le présent site web ne représentent pas nécessairement celles du gouvernement du Canada.