Hey everyone, here is your sign-up reminder – don’t miss the cutoff to sign up for First Aid/CPR training in Creston! Sign up by October 10th.
Hey everyone, there is First Aid/CPR training available in Cranbrook on Saturday, October 27th. Please contact Erica (see poster) for details.
Hey everyone, there is First Aid/CPR training available in Creston on Saturday, October 13th. Please contact Erica (see poster) for details.
Community Connections is very proud to be offering the Mandt System training during the week of August 20-23, 2018, to our residential support workers and our contracted Home Share Providers in Kelowna. Click here for Mandt Week info! This training is presented by our very own certified Mandt Instructor, Joel Gunther (Service Coordinator).
We know that this is a time of year where there is lots to do outside, vacations happening, and travelling to visit family and friends. So, to be as flexible as possible and accommodate as many Home Share Providers’ busy schedules as we can, Joel is offering two days for the “relational” skills training section (August 22nd and 23rd). Home Share Providers would only need to attend one of those days, in order to complete the “relational” skills training.
If you are a CCSS Home Share Provider and interested in this training, contact Joel (250-491-2907) by FRIDAY, AUGUST 10th, to reserve a spot.
Joel is looking forward to meeting everyone during this exciting week of training!
Not sure what this is all about? No problem! Leave us a comment, or check out The Mandt System’s great website here.
Check out the upcoming training being offered to Home Share Providers by posAbilities on February 19th (Kelowna) and February 20th (Penticton) – see PDF. Thanks to COPCS for circulating this info!
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is one of the most prevalent brain-based disabilities in our society. There is a growing need for caregivers to acquire increased knowledge and practical skills to support children, adults and families living with FASD. This workshop will propose 5 pillars for success when supporting individuals with FASD. These include a focus on Strengths, Healthy Relationships, Promoting FASD Self Awareness, Adaptations Strategies and Team Based Support. Participants will transfer newfound knowledge about FASD into practical and meaningful ways to try differently not harder in their support of individuals, families and communities affected by FASD.
There are workshops being offered in communities around the Province on Trauma Informed Practise – check it out!