SSCY Centre hosts a monthly learning series on the second Tuesday of each month, from 8:00-9:00 in the Northern Lights room on the second floor. These sessions will provide an opportunity to learn about and discuss a variety of topics that are relevant to SSCY families, programs, and staff. Everyone (including SSCY staff, staff at other facilities, and families) is welcome to attend! You may also watch the sessions as a webinar, either live or as a recording.
Select a session below to learn more, to register for its webinar, or to watch a recording of the session. Please contact the SSCY Centre Research Coordinator for more information: Jessie at email@example.com.
Mark your calendar for our upcoming sessions:
February 12: Every Child Every Time – Our Commitment to Prevent and Relieve Pain
March 12: It’s Complicated: Supporting Ethical Decision-Making in Pediatric Rehab
January 8, 2019: WRHA Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Addiction Services: Service Descriptions and a Roadmap to ACCESS
December 11, 2018: Let’s Talk Sibs: A Developmental Approach to Involving Sibs in Family Centred Care: Why Sibs Need our Support and what we can do to Provide it
November 13, 2018: St.Amant Autism Programs: ABA through the years: Where we’ve come from and where we’re going
October 9, 2018: Children’s disABILITY Services (CdS), Department of Families, Province of Manitoba
September 11, 2018: Understanding the Neurological and Functional Development of Children with Critical Congenital Heart Disease
June 12, 2018: Gaining Movement and Independence through Conductive Education for Children with Neurological Motor Disorders
May 8, 2018: Rehabilitation Centre for Children's work with Jordan's Principle
April 10, 2018: Inside the Rehabilitation Centre for Children’s Mechanical Design & Services Department (MD&S)
March 13, 2018: Revising the service delivery model in response to increased demand: Dealing with the plagiocephaly ‘epidemic’
February 13, 2018: Sleep in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
January 9, 2018: Ready to Eat? Can training caregivers improve participation in feeding for children with cerebral palsy?