Latest Past Events

How to Best Support Indigenous Families

PRESENTATION:  In this session, Melissa Brown, Anishinaabe/Dine Midwife will share how to work towards providing culturally safe care for Indigenous families. She will review how to best center Indigenous families as active participants in their own care. Service providers will be introduced to the concepts of cultural safety, and understand the impact of developing an ongoing practice […]

Supporting 2SLGBTQ+ Youth During a Pandemic

Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on 2SLGBTQ+ youth, we will outline barriers and offer suggestions to increase accessibility. We will provide strategies that can help providers engage, create, and maintain healthy and supportive relationships, that increase resilience and decrease isolation for youth. We will provide inclusive language suggestions, especially around bodies and pregnancy. Speaker - DENE GUILLAS Dene (he/him) […]

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Pandemic Fatigue: Practical tools and considerations for those who support children and youth

This presentation will be limited to 50 participants Pandemic Fatigue: Practical tools and considerations for those who support children and youth Times of crisis can have long term effects on an individual’s mental and emotional well-being. We know that with the right support, adversity can build resiliency and contribute towards robust and successful individuals. This […]

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