Virtual Reach is now more important than ever. That’s why we are excited to be able to offer EmploymentWorks not only in person but virtually as well, multiple times throughout the year! This means that you can join at a time that is convenient for you and from anywhere across Canada! Join us for a […]
Job interviews are an important step in the job search journey and are the best opportunity to show that you’re the best person for the job! In this interactive session, attendees will learn the top things to think about when preparing for a job interview. This 60-minute virtual session will be offered by Sinneave Skills […]
Workshop: Thriving and Autism: Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for Success Date: February 10th, 2022 6:30 - 8:30 PM This workshop will be made available FREE and ONLINE via CES. Ticket Price: Free Workshop Description: We all have an intuitive notion of what it means to live well, or what it means to […]
We understand that there is an overwhelming amount of information out there about what your resume should look like, and what information it should include. In this session, attendees will participate in a short presentation that explains the top things to consider when building a successful resume. Participants will also engage in discussion with the […]
When you RSVP above, you'll be emailed the instructions to join the meeting via Zoom on February 17th, 6:30PM MT. Information Session Description: Virtual Reach is now more important than ever. That’s why we are excited to be able to offer EmploymentWorks not only in-person but online as well, multiple times throughout the year! […]
AIDE Canada has developed a Peer Mentorship program in response to focus groups they ran with autistic individuals across Canada. Their aim is to enroll self-advocates and parents alike, both with the option of signing up as mentors or protégés (no minors currently). You are invited to attend a virtual information session to find out more about becoming […]
Join Dr. Shane Lynch, Amy Tatterton and Jodi Taylor for a 3-part learning series geared specifically for educators, EAs, learning coaches, or anyone who works with students on the autism spectrum.
Through all three sessions, attendees will gain a better understanding of autism and neurodiversity through a strengths-based lens, focusing on developing realistic and attainable strategies to best support their students; learn about conditions that accompany autism and their effects in the classroom environment; and spotlight the incredible potential these students have when they are in learning environments that support their engagement.
Introducing an innovative new approach to independent living!
Join us for a presentation by Garden Loft founder John L. Brown as he walks us through the concept behind Garden Loft and how it can work for you.
While the initial concept rose from a need to provide a space for seniors to age-in-place, it quickly became clear that these unique pre-fabricated buildings could offer creative solutions to a variety of situations, like providing housing options for adults who want to live independently, but still require modest support. Garden Loft living affords adults with differing abilities to live on their own with as much independence as they can safely manage.