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Clinical Services Resources

An ongoing list of resources developed by the Clinical Resource team.

Occupational Therapy

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Physiotherapy

Gross motor skills are large movements of our body, including the movement of our arms, legs and trunk of our body. Playing with different items can be a fun way to work on our gross motor skills, breathing, and balance on our own or by playing with a friend(s).

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MFNERC Get Moving Challenge

 #MFNERCgetmoving. Starting Monday, March 30th, join us on social media every morning at 9am for challenges to get you moving!

Hello and welcome to day one of the #MFNERCgetmoving challenge! Today’s challenge is Movement Breaks! Movement Breaks…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Monday, March 30, 2020

#mfnercgetmoving Challenge!Today’s challenge is to do some yoga!Yoga as a discipline combines physical postures,…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Good morning everyone! Welcome to another #mfnercgetmoving challenge. Today’s challenge is presented by MFNERC’s physiotherapist Priscilla Flett. She will be demonstrating a few yoga poses that you can do at home. All you need is a bit of space. So get moving and don’t forget, you can enter to win an iTunes gift card when you post your workout and tag us @mfnerc and use the hashtag #mfnercgetmoving. Please be sure your account is set to public. Good luck!

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Tuesday, April 14, 2020

In this next video, Physical Education & Health Program Facilitator Norbert Mercredi demonstrates some cooling down exercises to perform after your workout. Give these a try during and let us know what you think! Upload a picture or video to your stories (your account must be public) and tag us @mfnerc and use the hashtag #MFNERCgetmoving for your chance to win a $50 iTunes Gift Card!! For extra chances to win, tag 3 of your friends in your post to pass the challenge on to them! Good luck and get moving!

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Thursday, April 9, 2020
Cooldown routine

Physical Education & Health Program Facilitator Norbert Mercredi is back at it showing us some ideas for warming up before we exercise. Give these a try during your next workout and let us know what you think! Upload a picture or video to your stories (your account must be public) and tag us @mfnerc and use the hashtag #MFNERCgetmoving for your chance to win a $50 iTunes Gift Card!! For extra chances to win, tag 3 of your friends in your post to pass the challenge on to them! Good luck and get moving!

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Thursday, April 9, 2020
Warm up routine

Speech-Language Pathology

WORD WEDNESDAY: Speech, language, and literacy development doesn’t just happen indoors or at school- it happens in all…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

WORD WEDNESDAY: Talking with your child while cooking or baking together, whether they are a preschooler or in high…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, April 8, 2020

WORD WEDNESDAY: Speech, language, and literacy development doesn’t just happen indoors or at school- it happens in all…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

WORD WEDNESDAY: Are your kids (and you!) bored from being cooped up inside? Wanting to engage them in activities that…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, May 6, 2020

WORD WEDNESDAY: Spending time at home with our family is a great opportunity for children to learn more about the home…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, May 13, 2020

As you can tell from previous Word Wednesday posts, the MFNERC Speech-Language Pathologists and Literacy Coaches believe you can sneak speech, language and literacy skills into any activity. To help you do this, we have created a Language & Literacy Monthly Challenge! Every day you are given a simple language enrichment activity idea to do with your child. These activities are fun, quick, and use materials from around your own home. A lot of the activities even include playing games or going for walks. Depending on your child’s age and skill level, we have created a different Monthly Challenge for early years, middle years, and high school students. We hope you and your family complete the challenge, and enjoy doing these activities together!    We have created a suggestions wheel that includes even more strategies to help build your child’s speech and language skills. You can use these strategies during any part of your day. Start by choosing just 1 or 2 strategies to try out, and see how it goes!

Calendar-Challenge

WORD WEDNESDAY: Is your house a mess? Don’t worry, the MFNERC SLP and Literacy Team has you covered! Setting your child…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Word Wednesday: Storytelling in Dene!Special guest storyteller in Dene Language!This week, we have a special video…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Word WednesdayWhy do we as First Nation people have such a special relationship with the land?Since time immemorial,…

Posted by Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre – Mfnerc on Wednesday, June 10, 2020