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Exploring the Many Sides of Mental Health: Nanaimo

Thursday, November 1, 2018 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Exploring the Many Sides of Mental Health

Hosted by: Autism Society of BC
Date: November 1st, 2018 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Location: Nanaimo Child Development Centre, 1135 Nelson Street, Nanaimo (Click for map)
Registration: Free but required (also accepts drop-ins)

Join us for 'Exploring the Many Sides of Mental Health', part of our educational series supporting the launch of our transition planning program - Launch into Life!

This 3hr workshops will examine the two sides of a family coin as sometimes the challenges and pressures of typical family life are magnified or multiplied by the additional stresses and obstacles of caring for a child living with a disability. The session will examine parental and youth mental health through a lens of lived disability and offer proactive and evidence-based practices that can increase mental health outcomes for your family, and, yourself as parent, guardian, or caregiver.

For more information please email Teresa, Regional Coordinator Vancouver Island at teveritt@autismbc.ca