The Power of Relatiobnships7:00 pmCommunity Living, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph
Having a sense of belonging is as much a basic human need as is food and water. Being part of a strong social network helps us to be healthier, happier, and more secure. But relationships are also fragile. They are hard to build, and can change over time. Come join us as we share ideas, stories and practical ways to build, strengthen and safeguard relationships.
There is no cost for this event, but please RSVP to: email@example.com
Cooking with Colleen Holiday Special5:00 pmARC Industries, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph
Christmas Craft and Holiday Baking
$20 (includes cost for food and craft)
Register with Colleen Payne
Family and Caregiver Evening Session6:30 pmBest Western Plus Orangeville Inn & Suites, 7 Buena Vista Drive, Orangeville, ON L9W 0A2
Families and caregivers of people with developmental disabilities are invited to attend an engaging and interactive evening hosted by the Ministry of Community and Social Services, Central Region.
This session will be facilitated by Jim Turner, Executive Director of Community Living Atikokan, and colleagues. This evening will be an opportunity to share experiences and talk about transformation to person centred thinking and practices. Jim will be sharing not only the stories from his agency but from his own family as he has a younger brother who has a developmental disability. Jim grew up watching his parents advocate so that his brother could have the fullest life possible and will share how his brother has succeeded because the family supported him to achieve the things he wanted in life.
Following Jim’s brief presentation, attendees will have a chance to interact on key aspects of person-centred thinking and practices.
Please RSVP by November 16, 2016 to Navita Sharma at Navita.Sharma@ontario.ca to reserve your seat.
Life After High School6:30 pmJohn F Ross Collegiate, 21 Meyer Dr., Guelph
For Individuals with a developmental disability and their families.
EL Fox Auditorium
John F Ross Collegiate and Vocational Institute
21 Meyer Dr., Guelph, ON
6:30pm – 7:00pm
Community Service Providers will have Resource Display Tables and representatives available for you to obtain information about the Community Participation Supports and Services they offer.
7:00pm – 8:00 pm
Panel Conversation Panelists will share information about their supports and services pertaining to Community Participation Supports highlighting opportunities within their organization/agency (taking into
consideration both private funds and Passport funding). Time will be available for a Q&A period.
8:00pm – 8:30pm
Resource Fair Continued
Financial Planning seminar7:00 pmEvergreen Seniors Centre, 683 Woolwich St, Guelph
FREE Financial Planning seminar for Parents of Children living with a disability – November 16th at 7pm at the Evergreen Centre in Guelph.
Some of you may recognize the young man (Justin) on the front. Justin previously attended ARC, before moving to the East Coast with his family recently.
CLGW Open House9:00 amARC Industries, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph
Spooktacular Dance7:00 pm170 Metcalfe St, Guelph
Yoga Class7:30 pmCommunity of Hearts, Old Quebec Street Mall
Go With The Flow Yoga
$5 Drop in class
Mondays 7.30pm to 8.30pm
Beginning October 24th, 2016
Location: Community of Hearts, Old Quebec Street Mall (55 Wyndham St N, Guelph)
Cooking With Colleen5:00 pm(Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays) ARC Building, Community Living, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph
Learn to cook tasty, healthy, full meals including dessert, in under three hours!
Tuesday and/or Wednesday evenings until 7pm @ CLGW ARC Building, 8 Royal Rd, Guelph
Contact Colleen Payne for more info (see attached flyer)