Little Drum

Consulting   

Writing

Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience - Award winning novel.

Monique Gray Smith's first novel, Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience wins prestigious national Burt Award.

The Burt Award provides thousands of First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth across Canada with access to culturally-relevant, engaging books every year.

The Ripple Effect of Resiliency: Strategies for Fostering Resiliency with Indigenous Children

A resource and workbook for those working with Indigenous children and their families.

Recent writing contracts

Aboriginal Supported Child Development Programs of BC: Provincial Evaluation Jan 2012.

Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of BC: Provincial Evaluation January 2012.

‘Warmed by the Fire’: A Narrative Report of the First Nation Urban Aboriginal Early Childhood Development Reinvestment Fund. Jan 2012

Development of Seeds of Empathy Cultural Resource: March 2011

Laichwiltach Family Life Society: Youth Program Evaluation March 2011

Recent publications

Creating Pathways - An Aboriginal Early Years Five Year Strategic Plan

Community Engagement 2008 Summary Reports

- Fraser Region
- Interior Region
- Northern Region
- Vancouver Coastal Region
- Vancouver Island Region

Previous publications

Creating Pathways for the Dreams of our Children ~ Aboriginal Early Childhood Development and Care; 2008 co-authored by Monique Gray-Smith with Alison Gerlach, and Joyce Schneider

Initial Aboriginal Early Years Framework Oultine; 2008 co-authored by Monique Gray-Smith with Alison Gerlach, and Joyce Schneider

Aboriginal Supported Child Development Handbook, 2007: Supported Child Development Programs of BC

Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of BC: Policy & Procedure Manual, 2004: Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of BC

Interpretive Report on Disease, 2004:  Health Canada

FASD Resource Guide and Handbook, 2001: BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society

Suicide Prevention, Intervention, & Postvention Handbooks, 1999: Round Lake Treatment Centre

 

Testimonials

Monique has a kind, gentle and humble manner in which she presents herself while encouraging us to do what's best for our children and families.


Monique uses her traditional knowledge and wisdom to portray her message of hope and empowerment for First Nations people.

 

Conference Participant, Aboriginal Infant Development Programs of BC Provincial Conference, April 2008