March 16th, 2022 – Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of BC

AIDP is celebrating 30 years of services and supports to Indigenous children in B.C. There are 58 AIDP with almost 100 AIDP professionals.  We are proud of the work we do and that we are part of helping to ensure our children are being raised in safe, loving homes and provide support in a family centred, home visiting program that is culturally relevant and safe.  We will share the history of AIDP and where we are now.

Thank you for your interest and participation!

This session’s video is now available for viewing.

Thank you to everyone for your continued interest in our events.

We would like to reiterate that everyone is welcome to our UBCLC sessions.

Our events aim to embody a safe space for everyone of all different backgrounds to have their opinions and voices equally heard

Date: Wednesday, March 16th, 2021 (PST)

Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
Where: Zoom – internet webinar.

About the Presenters:


Diana Elliott – Provincial Advisor for AIDP

Diana is Coast Salish and Nuu Chah Nulth Territory from Vancouver Island.  She values the cultural teachings of our Elders and incorporates these into her daily work and ethics.

Working from the philosophy that each child is a gift from the Creator, Diana appreciates the importance of enriching early and lifelong learning and the benefits of family and parenting support and education from a culturally meaningful and safe place.  She provides advice, guidance, mentorship and assistance to ensure that culture is the foundation of all Aboriginal Infant Development Programs in B.C.

Diana is proud to work with Aboriginal Infant Development Programs for its entire almost 30 years as a front line worker, supervisor and program manager, which led her to her current role as the provincial advisor for AIDP.  Diana has been the provincial advisor for 58 Aboriginal Infant development Programs for 18 years.

Diana has a vision for child, family and community health and wellness.  She will always be a front line worker at heart and enjoys using her experience to teach, advise and recruit individuals to the field of Indigenous Early Childhood Development.

Diana is married for 38 years with two grown sons and three beautiful grandchildren.



  • Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of B.C – Website


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