Join REISA on the Morning of Wednesday April 19th for another great virtual Community Health Education Program session! This presentation will review the important parts of putting together a legacy notebook for your family and loved ones to follow in the event that you are no longer able to care for yourself or have left the living behind. Have all your questions answered by special guest expert, Jennifer Hobbs, Senior Advisor for Community Health Promotion Programs for Jeffery Hale Community Partners in Quebec City.
To register for this session, email firstname.lastname@example.org
REISA, The East Island Network for English Language Services, is hosting a focus group with English-speaking families who live in RDP to learn more about the issues and challenges you may encounter when accessing health and social services in English. The panel discussion will take place on Thursday, March 16 at 10:00 a.m. at the Don Bosco Youth Leadership Centre located at 11991 Av. Pierre-Baillargeon, Montréal, QC, H1E 2E5.
REISA, The East Island Network for English Language Services, is hosting a Focus Group with English-speaking families who live in Saint-Laurent to learn more about the issues and challenges that you may encounter when accessing health and social services in English. The Focus Group will take place before the end of March 2023. Please respond to this attached Google form so that the Focus Group can be scheduled to meet the needs of as many people as possible. If you have any questions regarding the discussion group, please contact email@example.com or call 514-955-8370 ext. 2331. To fill out the google form click on the below: https://forms.gle/7jgbN3mqjwkDEjxd9
Centre Génération Emploi (CGE) is offering a free 10 week workshop in job seeking and job preparation! This program is available in both English and French. If you are interested in taking part: please refer to the content and the criteria for the workshops below, and call CGE at 514-948-0000.
REISA – in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada, Centre Mosaïque de Québec, and the CHSSN – is excited to invite you to a virtual information session on Thursday February 10th 2022, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Register at this link!
More and more, we are hearing people talk about social communication development.
It is still a concept that seems theoretical and difficult to understand. However, Social Communication is the glue that holds together many of the aspects of daily communication.
In this session we will break down:
– The definition of social communication
– The differences between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Social Communication
– The expected milestones from 0-5 years of age
– The impact of difficulties on various spheres of learning
– Concrete and fun strategies for supporting the development of social
communication abilities in your children
If you have previously registered and cannot access the meeting, click here to join!
Click below to read the English version of the January 2022 newsletter from Hochelega Member of Parliament Soraya Martinez Ferrada to her constituents in Eastern Montreal.