Inclusive Parenting Conference 2017: LIVING, PARENTING, POSSIBILITIES - UNIVERSAL ACCESS NOW

par SPRINGTIDE RESOURCES INC.

  • mercredi, 08 novembre 2017 de 10:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HNE)
  • Ryerson University Student Centre: Tecumseh Room 55 Gould Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1E9

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Aperçu

Do you want to learn more about how to support parents with disabilities and their families?

Do you want to learn more about parenting with a disability?

Are you interested in becoming a leader of change in the parenting and prospective parenting realm?

Do you want to know how to work with complex situations?

Would you like to ask those questions you're afraid to ask?

If so, this interactive, inclusive workshop is for you.

Détails

Workshops and panel presentations include: 

Steps to Success, Gadgets, Overcoming Obstacles, SPINning through the Stages: Parenting from Pregnancy to Adolescence and RPP - Reimagining Parenting 

Participants Tout afficher (43)

Dr Anne Berndl

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Jessamyn Needham

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Andrea Rae

Heather Ibbott

Denise Emile

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Ryerson University Student Centre: Tecumseh Room
55 Gould Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1E9

8 novembre 2017
mercredi, 8 novembre 2017 10:00 Matin (HNE)

Organisateur

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215 Spadina Ave, Suite 220
Toronto , ON
M5T2C7

À propos de cet organisme

The ‘Strength-Based Parenting Initiative (SPIN) is a province-wide, cross-disability collective operating using an anti-oppression framework. SPIN's principles are aligned with the Independent Living Philosopy (ILP) which operates from an understanding that disability is not the problem; the problem lies in the physical, systemic and attitudinal barriers that exist within society. SPIN addresses systemic issues for parents/ prospective parents who have a wide variety of disabilities, and supports positive experiences within parent-child relationships. SPIN currently operates under the umbrella of services in the Accessibility and Inclusion Program at Springtide Resources.