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Community Respite Service Golf Tournament is on July 13!

Friday, July 13 at Lorette Golf Course, Lorette, MB. Shotgun start at noon. Cost: $125/golfer (includes $50 tax receipt, 18 holes of golf, shared cart, lunch, dinner, prizes). Contact Karen Lunam for more information or to register!  (204) 953-2401 or fundraising@communityrespite.ca.

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Join us for the RCC/SSCY Family Network Literacy Event!

The RCC/SSCY Family Network invites you to an exciting event for the whole family at SCCY Centre! Sunday May 27th 1:00-3:30pm 1pm Puppet play for children and parents/caregivers.  There might be some dragon puppets that need to be made and we will roar our way through the Paper Bag Princess.* 1:45pm Workshop by Bookmates The young dragons will fly off to fun and games with staff.  Parents and caregivers will learn all the fun, simple and different ways to incorporate books into the daily life of your child. 2:45pm Questions, discussions and sharing between parents  RSVP to Maya Kirstein at mkirstein@rccinc.ca or 204-258-6538. Registration is required, and spots are limited. We are focusing this event on children under the age of 10.  Children and caregivers of all reading levels as well as siblings are welcome. *The Paper Bag Princess is written by Robert Munsch © 1980 Bob Munsch Enterprises (text), Michael Martchenko (art), published by Annick Press and used […]

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Join us for Gardening Club!

We’d love for you to join us at our three Gardening Club events this spring! We will be starting seeds, planting at Winnipeg Harvest, and helping you plant your own garden creations to take home. Dates: May 22, June 5, and June 19 Time: 6:00-7:30 Location: SSCY Centre If you’d like to attend, please RSVP to lifeprogram@rccinc.ca to register.

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Community Respite Service Annual General Meeting is on May 31

Speaker: Joelle Pastoria Sala from Public Interest Law Centre Will speak about the Human Rights case regarding people with physical disabilities who are facing age discrimination. May 31, 2018 at 6:30, 1155 Notre Dame Avenue, Northern Lights Room, 2nd Floor RSVP by May 25 to 204-953-2404 or devon@communityrespite.ca If you need respite to attend this event, contact Karen before May 18th at 204-953-2401 or karen@communityrespite.ca Everyone is welcome to attend, but only Community Respite Service Members can vote during the Annual General Meeting. www.communityrespiteservice.ca

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Join us for Breakfast at SSCY!

Tuesday, May 8, 8:00-9:00 in the Northern Lights Room at SSCY Centre. Presented by: Marlene Waldron, RCC Director of Outreach Therapy, and Pam Becker, Education Coordinator for Jordan’s Principle Child First Initiative RCC has been involved with and providing services through Jordan’s Principle since August 2016. Health Canada has requested RCC provide OT, PT and SLP services to children aged birth to school entry in First Nations Communities in Manitoba.  We are working with a number of partners to provide these services throughout the province. In this presentation you will learn about: The background of Jordan’s Principle What is happening in Manitoba Services provided by RCC Evaluation survey results View the poster for full details. This session is available in person in the Northern Lights Rooms at SSCY Centre or via webinar.  Click here to register for the webinar.

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Register for Explore Summer Camp!

July 11-13, 2018 (Wed.-Fri., Camp Brereton) – 2018 Explore Summer Camp. To be eligible, campers must have an FASD diagnosis, be between the ages of 10—12 years old (Junior Camp) or 13—15 years old (Senior Camp), be able to manage a supervision ratio of 1 adult : 3 kids, be ready to be away from home and interested in attending an overnight camp, and not be currently involved with the youth justice system. The overnight camp this year will be at Camp Brereton and activities will include canoeing, swimming, hiking, biking, games, campfires and crafts. The camp will be facilitated by the staff from Momenta experience discover grow. Please fill out the application package or call Laura Bennett at (204) 258-6741 for more information.

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Research participants wanted!

Researchers at the University of Manitoba are looking for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and children without ASD between the ages of 8 and 12 years who are interested in taking part in a study! What do we want to learn? This study is interested in learning about how children with ASD use, understand, manage, and identify emotions and how well they think they do these things. This study will involve a variety of activities either using a pencil and paper or a computer. Participation will take approximately 1.5 hours. A small toy will be provided for participating! Interested? If you’re interested in participating in this research study, or would like to know more, please contact Sydney Kingston (M.A. Student) at: kingsto3@myumanitoba.ca or (204) 474-­9629. This research has been approved by the Psychology/Sociology Research Ethics Board at the University of Manitoba.

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Learn about our Mechanical Design & Services Department!

Watch the recording of our Breakfast at SSCY session about our Mechanical Design & Services Department, to learn who we are, what we build, and how you can apply to have equipment modified!

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Sign up now for Challenger Baseball!

Challenger Baseball is now open for registration for the 2018 season! Please see the attached brochure or visit our website for info on the program and registration details.

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Register for Explore Summer Camp!

July 11-13, 2018 (Wed.-Fri., Camp Brereton) – 2018 Explore Summer Camp. To be eligible, campers must have an FASD diagnosis, be between the ages of 10—12 years old (Junior Camp) or 13—15 years old (Senior Camp), be able to manage a supervision ratio of 1 adult : 3 kids, be ready to be away from home and interested in attending an overnight camp, and not be currently involved with the youth justice system. The overnight camp this year will be at Camp Brereton and activities will include canoeing, swimming, hiking, biking, games, campfires and crafts. The camp will be facilitated by the staff from Momenta experience discover grow. Please fill out the application package or call Laura Bennett at (204) 258-6741 for more information.

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