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Decoding the Toronto City budget process: a 101 for health care providers and researchers, Centre for Urban Health Solutions

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Toronto, Ontario
December 6, 2017

10:00–11:30 a.m.
209 Victoria Street, Room 241

The Toronto City budget process is starting again soon. It kicks off with a proposed budget in November (one that usually includes a number of potential cuts to services). Then, people have an opportunity to weigh in through analysis, deputations, and contacting City Councillors and the Mayor. City Council votes on a final budget in early 2018.

Join us on as Beth Wilson, Senior Researcher at Social Planning Toronto tells us:

Addressing Self-Injurious Behaviour, SafeGuards Training

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Peterborough, Ontario
December 5, 2017

Many people work with children/youth who engage in self-injurious behaviour; however few really feel comfortable about the issue and in turn refer the child/youth for psychiatric consultation. Participants will learn how to identify those at risk and how to work with children/youth who self-harm. Increase your skills in empathetic listening, problem-solving, assessment and treatment. This training will also prepare you to respond to children/youth who approach you about their self-injurious behaviour.

IND-equity: moving from benevolence to a rights-based health care approach for Indigenous populations, Centre for Urban Health Solutions

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Toronto, Ontario
December 5, 2017

12:00–1:30 p.m.
209 Victoria Street, Room 211, venue is wheelchair accessible

Health equity is upheld as a way to assist people to reach their full potential and receive high quality health care that is fair and appropriate to them and their needs. Where they live, what they have and who they are is not supposed to matter.

Looking Beyond the Behaviour Workshop, Halton Families for Families

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Milton, Ontario
December 5, 2017

6:30-8:30 p.m.
Hugh Foster Hall, 141 King Street

Connect with others, learn some new strategies and engage in meaningful discussions.

Develop a toolbox of strategies and approaches to help children develop emotional strength & to help parents/caregivers understand what may be driving children’s behaviour.

All materials, light snack & refreshments provided at all workshops.

What do winter, bathrooms, and hearing loss have in common with seniors’ slips, trips and falls? CHNET-Works!

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Online
November 30, 2017

1:00-2:30 p.m. EST

This webinar will be facilitated/presented in English with simultaneous interpretation available in French.

What do winter, bathrooms, and hearing loss have in common with seniors' slips, trips and falls?

Wellness Summit--Making the Business Case for Healthier Workplaces

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Toronto, Ontario
November 30, 2017

1:00-4:00 p.m.

The Buildings Show conference, Metro Toronto Conference Centre
 
Health is a public issue and we are all part of the solution. This three-hour summit features non-traditional public health stakeholders who will address the why, how and what to do to create healthier work environments.

Learning from a Health Equity Data Collection Project in Mississauga Halton LHIN, Health Equity Impact Assessment Community of Interest

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Online
November 29, 2017

12:00-12:30 p.m.

The webinar will describe a health equity data collection project that is underway in the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The purpose of the project is to establish a standard of core socio-demographic questions that organizations can use. The core questions will enhance data collection, data analysis and reporting for equitable health programs and services in Mississauga Halton.

Project highlights will be covered in this presentation, including learnings, challenges and key findings.

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