Family Place Work is Built on Best and Promising Practices and Commits to Evaluation on Local, Regional and National Levels

Since its beginnings in 1993/94, Family Place has demonstrated its commitment to ongoing evaluation and to following best and promising practices.

A number of national, regional, and local reports are available that highlight the findings of CAPC) and our Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) work over time.  

We hope that by making these reports more easily accessible, they will help show the success of the programs as well as the areas that require attention in the future.

As we move forward with the work, we are focused on improving our impact and outcomes by following up on the recommendations we receive from the multitude of research and evaluation work that is taking place not only within our CAPC and CPNP projects across the country but also within the broader field of early childhood development.