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Ray of Hope also has a paid Work Readiness Training Program for young people (between the ages of 18-30) looking to gain training and experience to transition into the labour market.
Participants go through 6-weeks of in-class education. During that time, they get essential certifications like Safe Food, Smart Serve and First Aid. After, they are supported with internal or external work placements up to 20 weeks.
The next group starts November 13. To register, please contact Josh at 519-578-8018 Ext 229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Siblings Canada is thrilled to offer Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) for siblings again this fall, hosted in partnership with the Centre for Addiction andMental Health (CAMH) and Queen’s University.
Join this six-week workshop that helps siblings managedifficult feelings and events in their lives and mindfullyconnect with what is most important in a loving andrespectful way. The facilitators are siblings of people withintellectual disabilities and autism.
Registration for this event is required.
November is here!
In the November issue of Family Pulse, you will find information on:
Nuances of Moving House When Neurodivergent
Erin's EarlyON Drop-Ins
A New Chapter
Community Information, Resources and Opportunities