Hey everyone, the National Task Group (NTG) on Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia Practices is offering a free webinar on Thursday this week covering Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease – check out their flyer below, visit their website, or view their webinar schedule.
Hey everyone, between October 28 and October 30 the Canadian Sleep Society is presenting free online public lectures about sleep disorders (including insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and hypersomnia). Check out more information about sessions here, or click here for registration information. Thanks to our Home Share team (Mike and Lindsay) for passing along this information!
Hey everyone, today is National Indigenous Peoples Day – and it’s the 25th anniversary of celebrating Indigenous Peoples on June 21st each year. *Last week we posted some ideas to help find opportunities to participate in National Indigenous History Month, check it out for ideas to celebrate today– and look in the comments section of that post for local events!
*Since last week, we found a few more ideas to add to the list:
Hey everyone, as we are coming up on National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21) we are also commemorating the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous History Month – here are some ideas to help find an opportunity to participate:
Visit the Government of Canada webpage about National Indigenous History Month 2021
Thanks to Brian for finding this free workshop from eCornell coming up May 26th all about supporting people who live with a disability during the COVID-19 pandemic. The link is here (10 PST) if you’re interested: https://ecornell.cornell.edu/keynotes/view/K052621/
PosAbilities is once again offering LINK! – Safety, Relationships, Sexuality training, starting May 11th. Their Sexual Health Education curriculum provides individuals with diverse abilities relevant sexual health information, and empowers them to explore their sexuality in a safe and healthy manner.
This free online program is being offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays (4-5:30 pm) to participants aged 19 years and older. For more information including the list of topics covered, dates and times, please see the poster attached. Registration is online here: https://www.laurelbc.ca/bc-2021/ Feel free to share the flyer!