Month: October 2018

CARP Halton Chapter Community Meetings in October

“Understanding your Local Healthcare System” To begin our series on Health Care for our October meetings in both Milton and Burlington we are pleased to present Mr. Dave Fasano. Dave will describe how your local healthcare system (the Mississauga / Halton LHIN) is organized and administered and, most importantly, how it impacts you. Dave is …

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CNIB: “Phone it Forward” Program – Donate Your Used Smartphone

Donate a smartphone. Change the life of someone who’s blind. CNIB are proud to announce the launch of our newest program: Phone It Forward. This program gives smartphones to people with sight loss who need them and gives Canadians, like yourself, a unique opportunity to donate your used phones, receive a tax receipt, and empower …

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Living with Dementia: Making Moments of Joy with Teepa Snow

World-renowned dementia care expert Teepa Snow will change the way you think about dementia care! This full day conference will empower you to modify environments, situations, interactions and expectations to create positive experiences with people living with dementia. It’s a rare opportunity to learn from one of the most unique educator’s in the field. Details: …

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Stay-at-Home Adult Children

This is “Community Lens Bulletin 148” prepared by Community Development Halton. To find out more please click www.cdhalton.ca Stay-at-Home Adult Children The number and percentage of adult children living at home continues to grow. In 2016, over one in three (34.7%) adult children aged 20 to 34 was living with their parents compared to 30.6 …

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Townsend-Smith Foundation: Informal Discussion about Death and Dying

A Committee within Townsend Smith and volunteers have planned the Death Cafe to provide a comfortable venue to discuss wishes, questions, hopes, experiences with death and dying. Bryden’s Pub offers such a venue, and those attending can order a beverage along with snacks which we will provide. Death Cafes are part of a global movement …

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