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Events & Workshops

March–May 2019

  • March 7, 2019 - Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder and Applied Behaviour Analysis

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsIntroduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder and Applied Behaviour Analysis

    Participants are introduced to the common signs and symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The goal in class 1 is for participants to have a better understanding of what life is like for kids with autism and to imagine how the symptoms of autism can influence the skills and knowledge that children develop as they grow up.

    St.Amant, 440 River Road
    East Dining Room (Ground Level)
    Email aplett@stamant.ca to register

  • March 11, 2019 - St.Amant Family Association Meeting

    8:00 pm

    Category: FeatureSt.Amant Family Association Meeting

    The St.Amant Association is an effective working group that supports and strengthens the decision-making process within St.Amant. We have effective and open communication with St.Amant and fully support their efforts to maintain a high quality standard of health and well-being for the children and adults they support.

    We take an active role in progressing all areas at St.Amant and work to ensure all Manitobans are heard from when it comes to their emotional, physical, educational, medical and social needs.

    We encourage you to become members of the St.Amant Association and participate in our meetings in room Room W419 at 440 River Road!

    https://stamant.ca/about-us/association/

    St.Amant Family Association Meeting

  • March 12, 2019 - Spring Solstice Ceremony and Sharing Circle

    2:30 pm

    Category: FeatureSpring Solstice Ceremony and Sharing Circle

    Please join us as we gather on Tuesday, March 12, at 1:30pm-2:30pm in the Chapel at 440 River Road to celebrate the arrival of the new spring season.

    This experience is open to all.

    Please support those who find meaning in wearing their traditional clothing to prepare accordingly. Blankets will also be available.

    People who have their own drum practice are asked to bring their drum to share in opening and closing songs. Those who practice First Nations, Metis or Inuit dance will have a space to share their dance during the songs.

    We will be hosting friends from the WRHA Indigenous Health and Cultural Care program who will lead us in a ceremony, a smoke-free smudge and a sharing circle. Afterward, we will enjoy some refreshments and a traditional snack.

    If you have any questions please contact Andrew Terhoch at aterhoch@stamant.ca or ext 2611.

    Spring Solstice Ceremony and Sharing Circle

  • March 14, 2019 - Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 2

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsUnderstanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 2

    **Participants must first complete Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 1**

    Challenging behaviour can be disruptive, it can be an impediment to learning important skills, and it can interfere with the development of meaningful relationships with peers. In the last class, participants were introduced to the behavioural interpretation of challenging behaviour, why it happens, and the elements in our environment that influence learning. Today we will use that knowledge to begin developing behaviour support plans of our own to help the people we care about to reach their fullest potential.
    St.Amant, 440 River Road
    West Dining Room (Ground Level)
    Email aplett@stamant.ca

  • March 16, 2019 - Falcon Lake Winter Fish-Off and 1 other event

    2:00 pm

    Category: FeatureFalcon Lake Winter Fish-Off

    Saturday, March 16, 2019
    11am – 2pm

    Falcon Lake (signs will be posted off Highway #1 to the Derby Site)

    Early Bird Tickets $60 (until March 6th)
    Regular tickets $80
    Second Hole ticket $30

    Children’s Ticket: $30 (Ages 15 and under)

    Participate in the Year round Falcon Lake Tagged Fish Contest:
    $20 or FREE with purchase of Second Hole Ticket or Kids Ticket

    ONLINE TICKET SALES WILL CLOSE AT 4:30 PM ON MARCH 15.

    TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE ICE, AT THE FISH-OFF.

    Purchase a second hole ticket before March 6th for a 2nd entry into the early bird draws! Early bird draws at Weigh Station at 1pm. Contestants do not need to be present to win prizes. Visit www.winterfishoff.com for more information.
    PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE ST.AMANT AUTISM PROGRAMS:

    50/50 Raffle
    Sale of bait
    $1 from each ticket purchase
    A portion of the proceeds from every sandwich sold byDanny’ss Whole Hog
    Proceeds from on ice merchandise sales
    All proceeds from the beer gardens
    QUESTIONS: CONTACT IAN YOUNG 204-295-6052 OR 1-866-676-FISH (3474)

    Falcon Lake Winter Fish-Off

    2:00 pm

    Category: FoundationFalcon Lake Winter Fish-Off

    Saturday, March 16, 2019
    11am – 2pm

    Falcon Lake (signs will be posted off Highway #1 to the Derby Site)

    Early Bird Tickets $60 (until March 6th)
    Regular tickets $80
    Second Hole ticket $30

    Children’s Ticket: $30 (Ages 15 and under)

    Participate in the Year round Falcon Lake Tagged Fish Contest:
    $20 or FREE with purchase of Second Hole Ticket or Kids Ticket

    ONLINE TICKET SALES WILL CLOSE AT 4:30 PM ON MARCH 15.

    TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE ICE, AT THE FISH-OFF.

    Purchase a second hole ticket before March 6th for a 2nd entry into the early bird draws! Early bird draws at Weigh Station at 1pm. Contestants do not need to be present to win prizes. Visit www.winterfishoff.com for more information.
    PROCEEDS SUPPORT THE ST.AMANT AUTISM PROGRAMS:

    50/50 Raffle
    Sale of bait
    $1 from each ticket purchase
    A portion of the proceeds from every sandwich sold byDanny’ss Whole Hog
    Proceeds from on ice merchandise sales
    All proceeds from the beer gardens
    QUESTIONS: CONTACT IAN YOUNG 204-295-6052 OR 1-866-676-FISH (3474)

    Falcon Lake Winter Fish-Off

  • March 21, 2019 - Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 1

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsUnderstanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 1

    **This class is a prerequisite for Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 2**
    In this class, participants are introduced to a practical way of understanding challenging behaviour. Using the tools of Applied Behaviour Analysis, participants will be empowered to investigate the causes of challenging behaviour in the lives of the people they support. This class is an essential prerequisite for Challenging Behaviour 2, in which today's knowledge will be used to begin developing behaviour support plans.
    St.Amant, 440 River Road
    West Dining Room (Ground Level)
    Email aplett@stamant.ca to register

  • March 28, 2019 - Effective Goals and Teaching Strategies

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsEffective Goals and Teaching Strategies

    We are usually pretty good at identifying big-picture, long-term goals for the people we support (e.g. more independence, meaningful relationships, academic skills, etc.) It can be much more difficult; however, to establish a step-by-step process to reach those goals that takes into account the individual's strengths, preferences, and unique challenges. Today, effective teaching strategies will be introduced to help participants set goals, teach important skills, and remain optimistic about the future.
    East Dining Room (Ground Level)
    Email aplett@stamant.ca

  • April 4, 2019 - Potty Training Like A Pro

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsPotty Training Like A Pro

    In this class, participants will learn to potty train like a pro! Readiness signs for toilet training are covered, and a behavioural plan to toilet training is explained. Practical tips and discussion about common barriers met during toilet training are also a part of this interactive workshop.

    St.Amant, 440 River Road
    East Dining Room (Ground Level)
    Email aplett@stamant.ca to register

  • April 8, 2019 - St.Amant Family Association Meeting

    8:00 pm

    Category: FeatureSt.Amant Family Association Meeting

    The St.Amant Association is an effective working group that supports and strengthens the decision-making process within St.Amant. We have effective and open communication with St.Amant and fully support their efforts to maintain a high quality standard of health and well-being for the children and adults they support.

    We take an active role in progressing all areas at St.Amant and work to ensure all Manitobans are heard from when it comes to their emotional, physical, educational, medical and social needs.

    We encourage you to become members of the St.Amant Association and participate in our meetings in room Room W419 at 440 River Road!

    https://stamant.ca/about-us/association/

    St.Amant Family Association Meeting

  • April 11, 2019 - Feeding, Swallowing, Nutrition & Oral Care Workshop and 1 other event

    4:00 pm

    Category: FeatureFeeding, Swallowing, Nutrition & Oral Care Workshop

    Presented by St.Amant
    8:45 am – 4 pm, Thursday, April 11
    Ambassador A, Canad Inns Fort Garry
    1824 Pembina Hwy

    Registration begins at 8:30 am
    Light lunch and refreshments provided

    Developed for Direct Service Providers, this workshop reviews the importance of identifying risk factors, nutrition, and adaptive strategies involved in supporting individuals with their mealtime experience.

    Participants will learn:
    Strategies to maximize independence at mealtime
    Risks for adults with developmental disabilities
    Impact of the environment on eating
    Physical mechanisms of swallowing
    Importance of positioning and adaptive equipment
    Nutrition in health and food modifications
    Effective oral care and oral hygiene
    How the senses affect the mealtime experience
    Mealtime management for persons with dementia
    Techniques and specialized products available to ensure food and liquid are prepared at the safest texture and consistency

    Rate: $140/person

    For more information, email
    trainingrsvp@stamant.ca or call: 204.256.4301 ext 2352.

    Feeding, Swallowing, Nutrition & Oral Care Workshop

    4:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsFeeding, Swallowing, Nutrition & Oral Care Workshop

    Presented by St.Amant
    8:45 am – 4 pm, Thursday, April 11
    Ambassador A, Canad Inns Fort Garry
    1824 Pembina Hwy

    Registration begins at 8:30 am
    Light lunch and refreshments provided

    Developed for Direct Service Providers, this workshop reviews the importance of identifying risk factors, nutrition, and adaptive strategies involved in supporting individuals with their mealtime experience.

    Participants will learn:
    Strategies to maximize independence at mealtime
    Risks for adults with developmental disabilities
    Impact of the environment on eating
    Physical mechanisms of swallowing
    Importance of positioning and adaptive equipment
    Nutrition in health and food modifications
    Effective oral care and oral hygiene
    How the senses affect the mealtime experience
    Mealtime management for persons with dementia
    Techniques and specialized products available to ensure food and liquid are prepared at the safest texture and consistency

    Rate: $140/person

    For more information, email
    trainingrsvp@stamant.ca or call: 204.256.4301 ext 2352.

    Feeding, Swallowing, Nutrition & Oral Care Workshop

  • April 17, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program and 1 other event

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

    9:00 pm

    Category: WorkshopsMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • April 24, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • May 1, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • May 8, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • May 13, 2019 - St.Amant Family Association Meeting

    8:00 pm

    Category: FeatureSt.Amant Family Association Meeting

    The St.Amant Association is an effective working group that supports and strengthens the decision-making process within St.Amant. We have effective and open communication with St.Amant and fully support their efforts to maintain a high quality standard of health and well-being for the children and adults they support.

    We take an active role in progressing all areas at St.Amant and work to ensure all Manitobans are heard from when it comes to their emotional, physical, educational, medical and social needs.

    We encourage you to become members of the St.Amant Association and participate in our meetings in room Room W419 at 440 River Road!

    https://stamant.ca/about-us/association/

    St.Amant Family Association Meeting

  • May 15, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • May 22, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer

  • May 29, 2019 - Mindful Self Compassion Program

    9:00 pm

    Category: FeatureMindful Self Compassion Program

    Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is a shift in the direction of our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.

    In this program, you’ll learn:

    how to stop being so hard on yourself
    how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
    how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
    how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new
    mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
    the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion
    how to become your own best teacher
    A randomized, controlled trial demonstrated that the MSC program significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced mindfulness and self-compassion in their daily lives.

    Join us for an 8-week program designed by Drs. Kristin Neff and Chris Germer that will teach practices that have the power to radically transform the way you relate to yourself and your life. For more information contact Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352.

    This session is open to families, staff and the St.Amant Community. It will be held at 440 River Road. Participants are asked to contribute $100 towards the cost of the materials.

    Wednesdays, April 17 - June 5, 2019, 6:00 pm - 9:00pm

    Saturday May 25, 2019 will be a half day retreat (9:00 am – 1:00 pm).

    Registration deadline: April 12, 2019

    Subsidy / respite is available upon request before April 5, 2019. To request call: Kristina Kircher (204) 256-4301 ext. 2352

    Facilitators: Andrew Terhoch and Jennifer Kilimnik

    A Moment of Self-Compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.

    Christopher K. Germer