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NSDRC Workshops and Events:
Facilitating Vibrant Conversations
A FREE 3-workshop Facilitation training series
This 3 part training will introduce circle based approached to facilitation, and is suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to hold community conversations, or start a community group.
Open to all community members, volunteer and workers who want to facilitate vibrant conversations.
Attendees will receive a free facilitation toolkit.
Please attend all 3 workshops, as different topics will be addressed at each:
11:30-230 on Monday December 4,
Tuesday December 5, and
Monday December 11.
At John Braithwaite Community Centre, Meeting Room 3
145 West 1st Street North Vancouver.
The Community Centre is an accessible space; Please advise us of any accommodation requirements (such as ASL interpretation) by November 20.
Space is Limited – please register by calling Suzanne at 604-904-4088, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled Community Connection Network (DCCN) is a monthly connection and information sharing group for people of all ages (16+) with any disability. Come out and hear speakers on topics relevant to you. Share your experiences through lively discussion, facilitated by and for people with disabilities. Please let us know of any accommodations you require.
The next meeting is 4pm-6pm, Thursday November 16, at PeerNet BC,
#408-602 West Hastings (an accessible space). Please let us know if you need ASL interpretation or have any dietary requirements by November 6,
Refreshments will be served.
Please register by emailing email@example.com or calling 604-904-4088.
familyWorks and the NSDRC Parent Information Events and are collaborating to bring you…..
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23
7:00-8:30 PM at the NSDRC 3158 Mountain Highway
Person Centred Planning
Successful job matching begins with the person –
their strengths, interests and abilities? Learn more
about the basics of person centred planning and ask
questions of our speakers Goli Khalafi from
Community Living BC Facilitator and Glenda
Kopperson North Shore Disability Resource
Centre’s Transition and Employment Facilitator.
See attached poster for more details.
Interested in finding or being a Mentor?
MentorAbility is mentoring initiative to bring business/career people and talented, motivated youth and adults with disabilities together to promote informed career exploration.
Do you enjoy sharing your expertise, knowledge and practical experience? You can be a mentor for an hour, a day, or more!
To find out how to participate as a mentor or to find a mentor, please contact your area facilitator, Glenda Kopperson at the North Shore Disability Resource Centre: