PASSPORT FUNDING INFORMATION FAIRS are being offered in late February and early March for people with a development disability and their families. This is an event organized by Developmental Services in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties for families in our area.
Passport is a Ministry of Community and Social Services program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities. Please CLICK HERE for details.
PRESENTATION: Harry Leslie Smith will be presenting his book, “Harry’s Last Stand” at the Travelodge Hotel Belleville on Tuesday, February 24th, 11:30am-1pm. “I’ve lived through nearly a hundred years of history. I have felt the sting of poverty, as well as the sweetness of security and success and I don’t want to see everything we’ve worked for fall apart. I will not go gently into that good night. I want to tell you what the world looks like through my eyes so that you can help to change it.” Admission is free and a light lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Ruth Ingersoll by February 16th firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-968-2466. CLICK HERE to read and share the flyer.
WEBINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS (presented in French) on Tuesday, February 24th, 1-2pm.
Radon and children’s health: What you need to know
You can’t see it, smell it or taste it, but radon gas may be putting your health and the health of the children in your care at risk.
Join us for an informative webinar on radon, its links to lung cancer, how to check the level of radon in your child care facility and what to do if the levels are too high.
Kelley Bush, Head, Radon Education and Awareness, Health Canada
Mathieu Brossard, M. Sc., Regional Radon Specialist, Health Canada Quebec Region
The webinar will be presented in French. Participants are invited to ask questions and offer comments in either French or English.
The webinar is offered by the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) and the Canadian Child Care Federation (a CPCHE Partner), with financial support from Health Canada.