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Take a Breath! Tips from a caregiver coach

June 13, 2022

Zoom Webinar Description:Caregiving is complicated. Knowing where to turn and how to care for yourself can be overwhelming. Caregiver coaches get it – they have real-life experience, tips, and tools to help you! Join our webinar with a Caregiver Coach to:• Discover helpful OCO tools and resources• Try some practical 5-minute self-helpactivities you can do…

How to Feed Your 6-12 month old baby: Intro to Solids

May 30, 2022

KCHC Parenting Support presents Family Health Educators: Virtual Parent Chat Sessions. Join us on Thursday, June 16th at 10:00am EST to learn how to feed your 6-12 month old baby, an Introduction to Solids. To register, contact: Kendra at [email protected] or 613-542-2949 ext.1170.

Helping Children with Feeding Challenges

May 30, 2022

KCHC Parenting Support presents Family Health Educators: Virtual Parent Chat Sessions. Join us on Thursday, June 9th at 10:00am EST to learn how to help children with feeding challenges. To register, contact: Kendra at [email protected] or 613-542-2949 ext.1170.

Discover the Healing Power of Journal Writing

May 27, 2022

Ontario Caregiver Organization Date of Webinar: Thursday, July 21st, 2022Time: 12 :00 pm – 1 :00 pm ETPlace: Zoom (link provided via email to those who register)Please note that this presentation is available in English only. WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:Journal writing can be a form of self-care for caregivers at any stage of theircaregiving journey. Donna Fitzgerald,…

After Stroke Support for Caregivers: Finding a Path Forward

May 27, 2022

After Stroke program Ontario Caregiver Organization WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:Life after a stroke brings many challenges, as needs and circumstances are unique and personalto each stroke survivor and their caregivers. June is Stroke Awareness Month, and in collaborationwith March of Dimes Canada, we will share information about the After Stroke program andavailable supports and services for caregivers.…

Community Connector training

May 24, 2022

Location: 56 Francis Street, in the LaSalle Room.  Masks required We will limit the number of attendees for social distancing purposes.  Here is a link to a short YouTube video which explains the role of a Community Connector:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11BMgG10i80&t=4s Contact: Florence at Compassionate Communities Kingston, [email protected]

Pathways to Climate Resilience in Primary Health Care

May 19, 2022

Spotlighting green prescribing activities hosted by the Alliance, CASCADES, and the Indigenous Primary Health Care Council (IPHCC). In this fireside chat, participants will hear from public health and primary health care experts about pathways towards addressing climate change vulnerability and building resiliency through adaptation activities, social prescribing, and other models of care. For more details…