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Fall Workshops--Connecting with Youth: The Rural Way, Parks and Recreation Ontario and Play Works


Fall 2017

Engaging youth in rural communities is the focus of our new workshop: Connecting with Youth: The Rural Way.

With a grant received from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Parks and Recreation Ontario and Play Works are hosting four no-cost, day-long workshops in the fall of 2017.

How can Toronto become a Dementia-Friendly Community? Toronto Council on Aging Speakers Series


Toronto, Ontario
October 25, 2017

7:30-9:00 a.m.

The Dunfield, 77 Dunfield Avenue

The Toronto Council on Aging is proud to present our quarterly speaker series aimed at informing, educating and encouraging discussion about
living well with dementia among community members, families and practitioners. Join us for a scrumptious breakfast, engaging discussion
and networking!

Our Fall Speaker: Stephanie Massot, MPH, Project Coordinator, Alzheimer Society of Toronto

Environmental Law Toolkit with Ecojustice, CELA and the CEC; Sustainability Network


Toronto, Ontario
October 24, 2017

Centre for Social Innovation, Alterna Room (4th Floor), 215 Spadina Avenue

Join us at the Sustainability Network office in Toronto for this one-day training session. The workshop will be hosted by John Swaigen of Ecojustice who has designed the session to educate nonprofits active in the environmental field about the legal tools available to protect our air, water, land, and human health.

Developing Skills and Competencies in IFS Therapy, Centre for Self Leadership


Toronto, Ontario
October 2017 to April 2018

During this six month course you will learn how to invite clients into facilitating their own Self-led healing. You will also develop a greater awareness of your own parts, including the ones that influence your therapy.

Participation in a biweekly practice group will hone your skill development.
Derek Scott RSW and certified IFS Therapist is the lead trainer. He is partnering with different co-leaders so that participants are exposed to a number of different styles as they develop their own.

Respiratory Care Update, Lung Association and ORCS Southwestern Ontario Region Planning Committee


London, Ontario
October 19, 2017

Best Western Stoneridge Inn & Conference Centre, 6675 Burtwistle Lane (off Hwy 401 and Colonel Talbot Rd)

  • Motivational Interviewing in Respiratory Health Care: A Knowledge Translation Initiative, Pam Wilton, RN, CRE
  • Connecting Care to Home (Transforming Chronic Care from Acute into the Home), Jason Gibson, RRT, Margaret Callaghan, RN


Perinatal Mood Disorders: Building Communities Supporting Wellness, Central West Perinatal Mood Disorders Network


Burlington, Ontario
October 18, 2017
The Central West Perinatal Mood Disorders Network is hosting keynote speakers Dr. Cindy Lee Dennis and Dr. Ryan Van Lieshout. Panelists will discuss community initiatives in the morning and lived experiences in the afternoon.

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