BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Specialized Services for Children and Youth - Services spécialisés pour enfants et jeunes - ECPv4.7.0.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Specialized Services for Children and Youth - Services spécialisés pour enfants et jeunes X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://sscy.ca X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Specialized Services for Children and Youth - Services spécialisés pour enfants et jeunes BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181125T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181125T160000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20181105T152008Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T152202Z UID:6762-1543150800-1543161600@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Let's Talk Sibs DESCRIPTION:Sunday November 25th\, 1pm-4pm \nAn event for the whole family focusing on siblings of children with differences.  Three programs will run simultaneously: \n\nSibshops – for siblings aged 8-12. Siblings will meet other sibs\, laugh\, talk about having a sib with special needs\, play great games\, learn about services\, and have fun. This is the first of 4 sessions.  Sibshops will continue in January\, February and March.\nParent workshop – an interactive workshop to discuss how to support siblings. Learn age appropriate ways to involve siblings\, what to expect of typically developing siblings\, and how to invite siblings into the process.\nFun and games – RCC staff will have games and crafts for children with a disability and siblings younger than 8.\n\n  \nThis is a free event. Snacks will be provided. \nTo register\, please email familynetwork@sscy.ca or call 204-258-6538! \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/lets-talk-sibs/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181128T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181128T200000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180817T141243Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180817T141243Z UID:6536-1543428000-1543435200@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Building Circles of Support: An Educational Series on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder DESCRIPTION:The Manitoba FASD Centre invites you to join Building Circles of Support Information Series. \nParents\, caregivers\, other family members and professionals who support children and youth 18 years old and younger recently seen or diagnosed at the Manitoba FASD Centre. \nTopics Include: \n\nWhat does it mean that my child has FASD?\nHow will FASD affect their behaviour\, school performance and social interactions?\nHow can I help others understand my child’s disability?\nHow can I help my child understand his/her disability?\nHow can I help my child develop his/her strengths?\n\nPlease note that we will be discussing a different topic each week. We encourage you to commit to attend for the entire 8 weeks. Please note there will be a maximum of 65 participants registered for this series. \nSessions are Wednesdays from 6-8 pm (October 3 – November 28) at the Manitoba FASD Centre\, located at SSCY Centre.  Please register by calling Rita at (204) 258-6601. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/building-circles-of-support-an-educational-series-on-fetal-alcohol-spectrum-disorder/2018-11-28/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181130T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181130T130000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180910T162221Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180910T162221Z UID:6584-1543579200-1543582800@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Infoseries: How to Start a Camp Program for Kids with FASD DESCRIPTION:This infoseries features co-owners of Momenta experience discovery grow\, who have been providing recreation opportunities for youth through the FASD Family Network since 2012. They will share about the 2018 summer over night camp experience as well as practical advice on how to start a camp program for children with FASD in your own community. \nTo register in Winnipeg\, please email coordinator@fasdcoalition.ca to hold a seat. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/infoseries-how-to-start-a-camp-program-for-kids-with-fasd/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181201T093000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181201T141500 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180914T193823Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180914T193823Z UID:6622-1543656600-1543673700@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Music Therapy DESCRIPTION:Music Therapy – Fall 2018\n8 Saturdays – October 13 – December 8 (No session on November 10)\nSSCY Centre (Specialized Service for Children and Youth)\, 1155 Notre Dame Avenue \n2 – 4 years; 9:30 -10:00\n2 – 4 years; 10:00 – 10:30\n3 – 5 years; 9:30 – 10:00\n3 – 5 years; 10:00 – 10:30\n5 – 7 years; 10:45 – 11:30\n5 – 7 years; 12:45 – 1:30\n6 – 9 years; 10:45 – 11:30\n9 – 12 years; 12:00 – 12:45\n12 – 21 years; 12:45 – 1:30\n12 – 21 years Beginner Guitar Instruction Group; 12:00 – 12:45\n12 – 21 years Intermediate Guitar Instruction Group; 1:20 – 2:15 \nTo register a spot for you and your child\, please complete the registration form and send it to Dom. You can: \n\nDrop it off at SSCY reception desk: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\nFax: (204) 477-5547\nMail: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\, Wpg MB R3E 3G1\n\nAttendance Policy: \n\nPlease inform music therapist at the beginning of session as to any known absences\nShould a child miss two successive sessions in a row without notice they may forfeit their spot in the group to an individual on the waiting list\n\nQuestions? Call or email: \n\nDom at (204) 258-6500\nMaya at (204) 258-6538\nlifeprogram@rccinc.ca\n\nSpots in our music therapy sessions are offered on a rotating basis. Families register for all sessions they are interested in\, and we do our best to make sure we can offer each family at least one session. We will contact you as soon as we are able\, to let you know if we are able to offer you a spot in the fall session. \nThe RBC Therapeutic Recreation and Wellness program is part of RCC’s LIFE program\, and is generously funded by the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation and their donors. For more information on their work with families and children with special needs\, visit their website at www.crf.mb.ca. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/music-therapy-12/2018-12-01/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181201T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181201T134500 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180914T194346Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180914T194346Z UID:6631-1543665600-1543671900@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Weekend Yoga DESCRIPTION:Weekend Yoga at RCC – Fall 2018 \nWhen: Saturdays from October 13th to December 8th (No session on November 10th)\n12:00 – 12:45 pm: ages 8 to 21\n1:00 – 1:45 pm: Low sensory group (see description below) \nWhere: SSCY Centre (Specialized Services for Children and Youth)\, 1155 Notre Dame\nFor Whom: Children and youth with special needs and a caregiver \nChildren and youth will: \n\nParticipate in yoga class taught by an instructor trained in adapted yoga for youth with special needs.\nLearn relaxation / self regulating techniques in a fun\, supportive environment.\n\nLow sensory yoga class moves at a slower pace with fewer (typically four) poses\, yet still offers the same great benefits of any yoga class! Breathing exercises and chanting are practiced to help calm the body and mind and foster participants’ modes of communication with sound and repetition. Hands-on assistance from caregiver is offered and encouraged in partner poses which are included in every class. \nTo register\, please complete the registration form and send it to Dom. You can: \n\nDrop it off at SSCY reception desk: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\nFax: (204) 477-5547\nMail: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\, Wpg MB R3E 3G1\n\nQuestions? Call or email: \n\nDom at (204) 258-6500\nMaya at (204) 258-6538\nlifeprogram@rccinc.ca\n\nNew this year: registration will be offered on a rotating basis due to increased demand. Please choose all sessions you are interested in\, and we will do our best to ensure everyone gets to attend at least 1 session. Once you’ve registered\, you will not need to register again for the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you for your interest in this program! \nThe RBC Therapeutic Recreation and Wellness program is part of RCC’s LIFE program\, and is generously funded by the Children’s\nRehabilitation Foundation and their donors. For more information on their work with families and children with special needs\, visit their\nwebsite at www.crf.mb.ca. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/weekend-yoga-9/2018-12-01/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181202T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181202T160000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20181114T190808Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181114T190808Z UID:6787-1543759200-1543766400@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Winter Festival DESCRIPTION:Winter Festival! \nPlease register by contacting Dominique Gagne at 204-258-6500 or at lifeprogram@rccinc.ca \nWhen: Sunday December 2nd from 2:00pm to 4:00pm\nWhere: SSCY Centre (1155 Notre Dame Avenue)\nWho: All families! \nActivities for the day include: \n\nPhoto booth with Santa/Mrs. Claus and Frozen Characters!\nUpon registration we will assign a time for you to visit the photo booth as we are aiming to keep this station a low-key environment!\nTimes are offered in 10 minute intervals starting at 2:00pm! Please visit the photo booth at your assigned time.\nCookie decorating\nCrafts\nGames\nFace painting\n\nPlease register by contacting Dominique Gagne at 204-258-6500 or at lifeprogram@rccinc.ca \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/winter-festival/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181207T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181207T153000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180801T164046Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180809T185035Z UID:6471-1544173200-1544196600@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Workshop: Programming for Social Development DESCRIPTION:Three Day Series: Programming for Social Development for Children with ASD or Intellectual Disability \nSocial skills are one of the most commonly identified deficits in individuals with ASD\, yet remain one of the hardest sets of skills to figure out how to teach. Many intervention approaches focus on imitation\, modeling and reinforcement of discrete social skills however research indicates only marginal impact. With so many professionals studying social skills\, why are we still getting it wrong? The first common mistake is looking at social skills as a rote list of skills to be taught. To be socially successful\, one needs to know how to access and apply their social knowledge in constantly changing situations.    To date the Relate Program has taught over 300 Manitoban Families some of these very same teaching techniques and ideas.  We are now making this available to professionals.\nThis professional workshop series is presented by the Relate Program of the Rehabilitation Centre for Children\, and is based on Relationship Development Intervention™.  The focus is on helping professionals identify and support meaningful and practical social thinking targets\, implement strategies within authentic activities for children with ASD and or Global Developmental Delay and other related disorders.  Participants will discover that unlocking social thinking will also enhance language development and general learning.   Participants will learn how concepts and strategies from attachment theory and working with children with trauma can be applied to help severely delayed children overcome their obstacles and engage with learning.  Participants will learn how to balance accommodations with remediation.  Each presentation builds upon the ideas and information from the previous session so please be prepared to attend all three sessions.  Full day presentations will be held on the First Friday in October\, November and December  2018. \n  \nDay 1: “Together is Better” – Friday Oct 5\, 2018  9:00 to 3:30pm \nDay one covers strategies and activities that plant the seeds of relationship in students who struggle to engage with others.  Participants will learn the importance of improving the student’s attention and curiosity towards their primary attachment in the home or learning setting.  Clinicians and educators will learn the origins of some of the difficult behaviors they see and they will learn how to accommodate for them. Participants will be given time to practice interaction techniques aimed at nudging their student into the learning zone while accommodating their student’s current socio-cognitive & emotional performance. The emphasis will be on guiding techniques rather than physical or material supports – because its’ people that help people. \n  \nDay 2:  “Behaving” – Friday November 2\, 2018 9:00 to 3:30pm \nDay two continues with a focus on guiding strategies – but this time towards helping a child learn how to think about and regulate their actions and experiences.   Professionals will learn how to use and adapt early childhood games towards the development of early basic concepts and self regulation. Professionals will be encouraged to put processing goals\, objectives & teaching strategies in place for their pre academic and behaviorally challenged students.  Dynamic assessment methods will be shared.   The presenter’s clinical experience with strategies and techniques will also be shared and learning will be enhanced through video. Let’s do better than accommodate – let’s remediate.  “Give a man a fish\, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish\, and you feed him for a lifetime”. \n\n \n Day 3:  “Thinking” – Friday December 7\,  2018 9:00 to 3:30pm \nDay Three will focus on how we can help students develop motivation\, memory and emotional awareness. Professionals will come to appreciate how these three thinking strategies form the root of empathy towards others\, language comprehension\, expression and conversational skills\, as well as theory of mind and executive functioning.  Professionals will come to see that with only slight alterations\, many traditional classroom lessons and early childhood games can be a part of helping students develop these critical thinking skills.  Professionals will also explore how to use picture based materials and technology to enhance the student’s learning. \n  \nParticipants: This workshop is intended for educators\, school teams and pediatric OT/PT/SLP & music therapists \nFall Dates: Friday October 5\, 2018\, Friday November 2\, 2018 and Friday December 7\, 2018 \nTime: 9:00 to 3:30pm \nLocation: Northern Lights Room\,  SSCY Centre\,  1155 Notre Dame Ave. Winnipeg (Telehealth Option available) \nCost: $90 (covers all three sessions – no refunds or discounts for missed sessions) \nPresented by: Stephannie Motuz\, MSc. SLP CCC-(C)\,  RDI® Program Certified Consultant \n  \nFill out and return the registration form to dgagne@rccinc.ca to register. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/workshop-programming-for-social-development/2018-12-07/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181207T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181207T210000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180926T140826Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180926T140826Z UID:6671-1544205600-1544216400@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Friday Supper Club DESCRIPTION:When? Friday October 12th\, November 9th and December 7th 2018 (Registration signs you up for all three days!)\nTime? 6:00pm-9:00pm\nWhere? SSCY Centre– 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\nFor Who? Participants aged 12-21 and parent(s)/caregivers\nWhat? A chance for families to prepare meals & eat together with other families! \nWe use the Guided Participation model to facilitate flexible thinking and decision-making while strengthening the parent-child relationship in a supportive environment! \nCooks of all ability levels are welcome. We provide adapted cooking equipment as needed\, including switch-operated devices. \nSnacks will be available upon arrival to tide us over before we start cooking! We will then be eating dinner around 7:30-7:45pm. Menus will be sent out a few days prior to each event day. \nTo Register: Contact Dominique at: 204-258-6500 or lifeprogram@rccinc.ca by Friday October 5th 2018\nPlease alert us of any dietary concerns/allergies upon registration.\nQuestions? Please contact Maya at: 204-258-6538 or lifeprogram@rccinc.ca \nThe RBC Therapeutic Recreation and Wellness program is part of RCC’s LIFE program\, and is generously funded by the Children’s Rehabili-tation Foundation and their donors. For more information on their work with families and children with special needs\, visit their website at www.crf.mb.ca. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/friday-supper-club/2018-12-07/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181208T093000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181208T141500 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180914T193823Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180914T193823Z UID:6623-1544261400-1544278500@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Music Therapy DESCRIPTION:Music Therapy – Fall 2018\n8 Saturdays – October 13 – December 8 (No session on November 10)\nSSCY Centre (Specialized Service for Children and Youth)\, 1155 Notre Dame Avenue \n2 – 4 years; 9:30 -10:00\n2 – 4 years; 10:00 – 10:30\n3 – 5 years; 9:30 – 10:00\n3 – 5 years; 10:00 – 10:30\n5 – 7 years; 10:45 – 11:30\n5 – 7 years; 12:45 – 1:30\n6 – 9 years; 10:45 – 11:30\n9 – 12 years; 12:00 – 12:45\n12 – 21 years; 12:45 – 1:30\n12 – 21 years Beginner Guitar Instruction Group; 12:00 – 12:45\n12 – 21 years Intermediate Guitar Instruction Group; 1:20 – 2:15 \nTo register a spot for you and your child\, please complete the registration form and send it to Dom. You can: \n\nDrop it off at SSCY reception desk: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\nFax: (204) 477-5547\nMail: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\, Wpg MB R3E 3G1\n\nAttendance Policy: \n\nPlease inform music therapist at the beginning of session as to any known absences\nShould a child miss two successive sessions in a row without notice they may forfeit their spot in the group to an individual on the waiting list\n\nQuestions? Call or email: \n\nDom at (204) 258-6500\nMaya at (204) 258-6538\nlifeprogram@rccinc.ca\n\nSpots in our music therapy sessions are offered on a rotating basis. Families register for all sessions they are interested in\, and we do our best to make sure we can offer each family at least one session. We will contact you as soon as we are able\, to let you know if we are able to offer you a spot in the fall session. \nThe RBC Therapeutic Recreation and Wellness program is part of RCC’s LIFE program\, and is generously funded by the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation and their donors. For more information on their work with families and children with special needs\, visit their website at www.crf.mb.ca. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/music-therapy-12/2018-12-08/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181208T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181208T134500 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180914T194346Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180914T194346Z UID:6632-1544270400-1544276700@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Weekend Yoga DESCRIPTION:Weekend Yoga at RCC – Fall 2018 \nWhen: Saturdays from October 13th to December 8th (No session on November 10th)\n12:00 – 12:45 pm: ages 8 to 21\n1:00 – 1:45 pm: Low sensory group (see description below) \nWhere: SSCY Centre (Specialized Services for Children and Youth)\, 1155 Notre Dame\nFor Whom: Children and youth with special needs and a caregiver \nChildren and youth will: \n\nParticipate in yoga class taught by an instructor trained in adapted yoga for youth with special needs.\nLearn relaxation / self regulating techniques in a fun\, supportive environment.\n\nLow sensory yoga class moves at a slower pace with fewer (typically four) poses\, yet still offers the same great benefits of any yoga class! Breathing exercises and chanting are practiced to help calm the body and mind and foster participants’ modes of communication with sound and repetition. Hands-on assistance from caregiver is offered and encouraged in partner poses which are included in every class. \nTo register\, please complete the registration form and send it to Dom. You can: \n\nDrop it off at SSCY reception desk: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\nFax: (204) 477-5547\nMail: 1155 Notre Dame Avenue\, Wpg MB R3E 3G1\n\nQuestions? Call or email: \n\nDom at (204) 258-6500\nMaya at (204) 258-6538\nlifeprogram@rccinc.ca\n\nNew this year: registration will be offered on a rotating basis due to increased demand. Please choose all sessions you are interested in\, and we will do our best to ensure everyone gets to attend at least 1 session. Once you’ve registered\, you will not need to register again for the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you for your interest in this program! \nThe RBC Therapeutic Recreation and Wellness program is part of RCC’s LIFE program\, and is generously funded by the Children’s\nRehabilitation Foundation and their donors. For more information on their work with families and children with special needs\, visit their\nwebsite at www.crf.mb.ca. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/weekend-yoga-9/2018-12-08/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181209T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181209T130000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20181126T183740Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181126T183740Z UID:6807-1544356800-1544360400@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Family Skating DESCRIPTION:Have You and Your Family Ever Wanted to Try Out or Practice Skating? \nCome join L.I.F.E. Program staff at Sargent Park Arena on Sunday December 9th 2018 from 12:00-1:00pm to practice your skating skills and check out some adaptive equipment! \nContact Dominique Gagne at 204-258-6500 or at lifeprogram@rccinc.ca to RSVP.  Please let us know if you are planning to attend by November 29th 2018. We hope to see you there! \nPlease note: this time falls during regular public skating time and music will be playing during the event. There will be a designated “safe zone” for beginners or anyone who is more comfortable away from the crowd! Please bring a helmet and be aware that anyone wanting to enter the ice surface must be wearing skates. \nSargent Park Arena: 1111 Wall Street \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/family-skating/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181211T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181211T090000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20181126T183922Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181126T183922Z UID:6809-1544515200-1544518800@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Breakfast at SSCY: Let’s Talk Sibs DESCRIPTION:Topic: 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 \nHaving a sibling with differences provides the typically developing sibling(s) with both unique opportunities and unique challenges. However\, very often siblings’ issues are under serviced and they are often left out of important information regarding their brothers or sisters. Sibshops is an international program that provides siblings with peer support and information in a lively\, recreational setting. \nJulie Walsh\, MSW\, RSW\, is a Registered Social Worker and family therapist who has been facilitating Sibshops and presenting about sibling’s experiences since 2011. Grace Pagtakhan is a post-baccalaureate student at the University of Manitoba. She has two younger brothers who are autistic\, and she has been a peer mentor and facilitator with the Sibshops program since 2012. \n  \nIn this presentation you will learn about: \n\nThe importance of involving and supporting siblings\nCommon concerns siblings may have and ways we can support them\nWhat Sibshops are\n\n  \nYou will also hear from a sibling about her experiences and how she feels service providers could help.  Let’s Talk Sibs presentations are funded by the CHILD-BRIGHT SPOR Network and the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba. \nWebinar: The session is available as a webinar; visit our website to register and watch live or to watch the recording: http://sscy.ca/about-sscy/breakfast-at-sscy/ \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/breakfast-at-sscy-lets-talk-sibs/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181211T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181211T153000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20181105T150354Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T150354Z UID:6751-1544533200-1544542200@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Workshop: Writing Social Stories DESCRIPTION:We would like to invite\, school and daycare staff\, as well as parents to attend this workshop to learn how to write social stories.  Add a powerful strategy to your toolbox. \nWhat is a social story? \nIt is a written story that is used to help a child with learning challenges to improve his/her understanding of particular social situations. \nSocial stories can be used to: \n\nTeach a new routine\nTeach the individual how to behave in a particular situation\nProvide comfort and re-assurance around difficult situations\n\nPresented by Lianne Belton\, OT in the Relate Program at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children. \nWhen: December 11\, 2018\, 1-3:30 \nCost: $20 \nWhere: SSCY Computer Lab \nTo register: Contact Dom at (204) 258-6500 \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/workshop-writing-social-stories-2/ LOCATION:SSCY Centre\, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.\, Winnipeg\, R3E 3G1\, Canada END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181213T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Winnipeg:20181213T193000 DTSTAMP:20181215T232405 CREATED:20180827T140744Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T152444Z UID:6546-1544724000-1544729400@sscy.ca SUMMARY:Boccia DESCRIPTION:Come out to try boccia!  All abilities welcome! \nYou are invited to an intro to boccia\, a precision ball sport\, similar to bocce.  The sport is contested at local\, national and international levels\, by athletes with physical disabilities.  It was originally designed to be played by people with Cerebral Palsy\, but now includes athletes with other various abilities.  In 1984 it became a Paralympic sport\, and in 2008 was being practiced in over 50 countries worldwide. \nWhen and Where? \nThe second Thursday of the month: September 13\, October 11\, November 8\, December 13\, January 10\, February 14\, March 14\, April 11\, May 9\, June 13. \n6:00 – 7:30 \nSergeant Tommy Prince Place\n90 Sinclair St \nFor more details\, please contact David Kron\, (204) 982-4842 or davidk@cerebralpalsy.mb.ca. \nRSVP to each date individually to Dominique Gagne\, (204) 258-6500 or dgagne@rccinc.ca. \nBoccia partners are the Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba\, the Rehabilitation Centre for Children\, the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities\, the Manitoba Cerebral Palsy Sports Association\, the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation\, and SSCY Network. \n URL:https://sscy.ca/event/boccia-5/2018-12-13/ LOCATION:Sergeant Tommy Prince Place\, 90 Sinclair St\, Winnipeg\, R2X 1X1 GEO:49.9178996;-97.1613534 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Sergeant Tommy Prince Place 90 Sinclair St Winnipeg R2X 1X1;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=90 Sinclair St:geo:-97.1613534,49.9178996 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR