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Limited spaces available for ‘Advocating for your Family Member’ seminar

Limited spaces available for ‘Advocating for your Family Member’ seminar

Inclusion Winnipeg presents
Advocating for your Family MemberSaturday, June 24, 2017

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Main Floor Boardroom, 120 Maryland Street
The seminar will assist families to attain what their need and want for their family member using effective advocacy strategies and approaches.

Bob Jones has been involved in various forms of advocacy ranging from family advocacy to systems advocacy in Canada and the United States. Currently he is working as a consultant with Community Living Manitoba in the area of family engagement. His advocacy background includes Coordinator of Citizen Advocacy Manitoba; Field Staff with Georgia Justice Project; Instructor in the Disability and Community Support Program at Red River College; and a ten year involvement as a member of a support network for an individual.

Rod Lauder has been the Advocacy Coordinator for Inclusion Winnipeg since 1999 and is a Substitute Decision Maker for a friend he has known for over thirty-seven years. He is a Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children board member and previously served as the Advocacy Coordinator for the Independent Living Resource Centre and Winnipeg Citizen Advocacy.

Respites subsidies up to $120.00 per family will be provided to enable one or more family member attend the seminar.

Registration is limited to 25 participants.

TO REGISTER or additional information:
Please e-mail admin@inclusionwinnipeg.org, or call 204-786-1414

CLICK HERE for a printable poster.

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