In the second of his two part Youth Justice Webinar Mini-Series, Nick Brown will inform participants of practical steps that can be taken once youth who are currently involved in, or nearly involved with, gang activity, are engaged in programming.
Nick has been working with multi barrier & high risk youth since 2004. For over 13 years, Nick has become extremely skilled at community outreach, programming and engaging youth with complex needs. His captivating nature & natural ability to draw in others makes him excel time & time again with vulnerable clientele. Youth don’t want to disappoint Nick – they always remember his kind, thoughtful & funny personality. Nick takes on every new challenge & is successful in all attempts.
This webinar is hosted by Umind.
When placing a value on volunteering, it has become common place to use a wage replacement formula, multiplying the number of volunteer hours by an hourly wage (using minimum wage or industry pay rate scales) and to come up with a dollar value for the volunteer time. Others have tried to calculate the fair market value for the service provided (a tutoring session, a meal delivered, a strategic planning session facilitated). While talking about the thousands, millions, or billions of dollars worth of time or service given captures peoples’ attention, it still falls short of capturing the full story.
This webinar will provide an overview of the models and tools available to measure impact, provide highlights from the Conference Board of Canada’s recent discussion paper, The Value of Volunteering, and introduce participants to the Value of Volunteering Wheel, launched during National Volunteer Week 2018.
At this webinar we will:
- Explore different types of value generated from volunteering
- Describe challenges in calculating the value and impact of volunteering
- Identify models and tools available to help measure the impact of volunteering
This webinar is hosted by CharityVillage.
Innovate Niagara’s Social Enterprise Pitch Competition is in partnership with the ONE Social Enterprise Partnerships – Southwestern Ontario.
A panel of industry experts will review the applications and select the top five Social Enterprises. The selected enterprises will have the opportunity to present at the Social Enterprise Pitch Competition on November 27, 2018 in front of a panel of judges and live audience for a chance to win the grand prize of $2,500 or the people’s choice prize of $500.
This competition is administered by Innovate Niagara.
Please Note: This training is provided over 4 dates (3 hrs workshops).
Friday October 12, 19 and Friday November 2, 9 2018
The cost for this workshop is $80.00 which includes all sessions, light refreshments and all training materials.
RIRO Resiliency Skills Training is an evidence-based, two-part program for service providers who work with children from birth to eight years.
Part 1: Introduces adults to key resiliency research and skills that enhance self-regulation skills and promote a “resilient” perspective and flexible approach to handling conflict, problems and everyday challenges.
Part 2: Helps adults apply the resiliency skills directly with children by:
- increasing their understanding of children’s thinking and behaviour
- supporting children’s development of seven critical abilities associated with resilience
- introducing child-friendly approaches using children’s literature, puppets and resilience-building activities.
This workshop is hosted by the Early Childhood Community Development Centre (ECCDC).
Drop in to browse the room of exhibitors and grab a healthy snack. Bring the kids to enjoy some of the features in store especially for them.
There will be guest speakers throughout the day.
This event is hosted by Wainfleet BIC Church.
Come to the Niagara Health Expo to connect with doctors, healthcare practitioners and wellness specialists.
Visitors can meet exhibitors, ask questions, view demonstrations, try samples, participate in activities and tests, attend expert speaker sessions, and get free chances to win prizes.
A 50/50 draw and a silent auction will be featured to support the Hotel Dieu Shaver Foundation. The first 100 people to enter the Expo will receive a gift bag filled with items from our event partners.
The one day shop for health and wellness will cover an array of services and products, from head to toe. Get tips on prosthetics and orthotics, home health care, personal injury law, hearing aids, breast assessment, mental health, vision, dental, chiropractic, Family Doctors, COPD, fitness training and Pilates, pharmacies, naturopathic medicine, foot care, and much more.
This event is hosted by Divine Media.
Presented by: Uppala Chandrasekera, Director of Public Policy, Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario
Those of us who work in health care often believe that because we are part of a helping profession, we are immune to discrimination. Yet discrimination persists – it impacts service users, service providers, organizations and the entire health care system.
This lecture will explore the causes and impacts of discrimination on mental health and identify opportunities and resources for addressing discrimination at an individual, organizational and systems level.
This event is free and open to the Brock Community. Faculty and students are encouraged to attend.
The Yosif Al-Hasnawi Memorial Lecture Series: Promoting Racial Justice in Health Care is named in memory of a first-year Medical Sciences student who died in the service of another in 2017. Yosif had dreams of becoming a doctor and hoped to one day make a difference in the world.
This event is hosted by Brock University.