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RECEs have an immediate duty to report to a Children’s Aid Society (CAS) if they have reasonable grounds to suspect that a child has been harmed or is at risk of harm or injury. This is outlined under section 125 of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (CYFSA).

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Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs) are committed to the personal safety, health, and well-being of all children. The Sexual Abuse Prevention Program empowers RECEs with proactive approaches to help prevent child sexual abuse. While this subject matter can be challenging, the program includes supports for members, so you can expand

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As a Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE), you prioritize the safety, well-being and care of children through caring and responsive relationships. One of your key responsibilities is to protect children from harm. Under section 125 of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (CYFSA), RECEs have an immediate duty

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Have you completed the College’s Sexual Abuse Prevention Program? The prevention program is a mandatory educational requirement that all members must complete. The program supports members’ commitment to the personal safety, health, and well-being of all children and empowers them with proactive approaches to help prevent child sexual abuse. What

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Since August 2022, the College, in collaboration with the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres and Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes, has been offering members and employers facilitated trauma-informed care workshops, designed to support members in completing the Sexual Abuse Prevention Program. These optional workshops include the

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Fostering children’s holistic development and well-being is foundational to an RECE’s practice and reflects their unique expertise and experience. RECEs are familiar with the common developmental domains and continually seek to develop a deeper understanding of child development in their work with diverse children, families and communities. These domains, listed

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Part of the role of an RECE is to nurture the development of children in your care, as well as the families that surround them, and to put the needs of others at the forefront. It’s important, challenging work, and it requires strength and resilience. We know that self-care is