Paul McIntyre is a member of the Ottawa chapter of the Mental Illness Caregivers Association (MICA). Paul has been working with other families and local agencies on a support model for individuals with mental health challenges to live independently in community. There are many similarities in conversations across caregiver groups looking after a family member with high or challenging support needs. We will explore Paul’s model and discover those similarities (property management, crisis management, knowledge sharing, etc.) and the solutions he proposes.
Here is the Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 820 1990 1718
CALLING ALL PEOPLE WITH CONNECTIONS TO THE AUTISTIC COMMUNITY
SCS is sharing this invitation on behalf of the Housing through an Autism Lens project. Click on this link below to learn more about this project.
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Click here to access the Starter Guide.
See ConnectAbility’s Resource Page for more information.
The intent of Student Links is to assist students between the ages of 14 and 21, who have an intellectual disability, to explore ideas for their future after leaving high school. It is an opportunity which will offer students’ time for the exploration of new ideas about what they hope the future might hold.
For more information and to apply, see the Student Links Application form.
BEING studio is a community of artists with developmental disabilities. BEING has been continually adapting to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, and recently launched an exciting virtual program called BEING Home. The virtual program offers facilitated chat sessions, home art supply deliveries and video prompts to inspire art projects from home. What felt at first like a lifeline for our community has begun to open a world of possibility and expanded connection that we never thought possible.
For more information, please see the BEING home information package.