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6:30 pm

Build Your Parenting Toolkit Learning Series

November 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, repeating until November 16, 2017

Are you parenting a child with an intellectual disability or ASD, between the ages of 8 and 12? This learning series will help you understand your child’s unique learning style and give you some practical tools to improve your child’s social interaction. We will help you to become your child’s best teacher and guide. These ten workshops will alternate between “parents only” learning sessions, and group “cooking club” sessions with your child that will give you the chance to practice what you have learned. Parent Learning: Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 8:00, SSCY Centre, 1155 Notre Dame Avenue, Sept 14th, 21st, Oct 5th, 26th, Nov 2nd, and 16th. Cooking Club: Saturday mornings, 9:30 to 11:30, St. Stephen’s Church, 220 Helmsdale Avenue, Sept 23rd, Oct 14th, 21st, and Nov 4th. Please plan to attend all sessions! To register a spot for you and your child, please contact Yvonne at yvonnek@rccinc.ca,  by calling 204-258-6500, or by dropping by […]

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7:00 pm

Info Session: Transitioning Students from School to Community

November 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Inclusion Winnipeg, Continuity Care and Innovative LIFE Options Invite you to an informational evening on The Provincial Transition Protocol for Transitioning Students from School to Community:  What Parents and Caregivers Need to know Presented by Brent Epp The transition to adult life creates big changes in the lives of young people with exceptional needs and their families.  Brent will present information to assist families in participating in transition planning for their son or daughter.  This evening will be of interest to parents, guardians, foster parents and caregivers. Bridging to Adulthood: A Protocol for Transitioning Students with Exceptional Needs from School to Community: directs provincial government departments to support cross-departmental policy development and co-ordinate administrating bodies who work directly with students who have exceptional learning needs which include school divisions, regional health authorities, and child and family services authorities; outlines the interactive roles and responsibilities of transition planning partners and their timelines; […]

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