The Government of Alberta is providing Mental Health Commission of Canada training free of charge to strengthen the addiction and mental health system in Alberta.
Scrolling through FaceBook this morning, I came across a video that a friend had shared about a pretty amazing water park in San Antonio, Texas.
Take a look at what these incredible people have designed and created: Inspiration Island, an inclusive water park along with air powered wheelchairs for its visitors that are waterproof! Check out the New York Times video on FaceBook and this story on CNN.
I do apologize, as I can’t recall where I obtained this list, however, it should be shared!
FaceBook pages which may be of interest for Recreation/Activity Professionals:
1st Annual Bereavement Day was in November 2017 and the Caring Friends will be hosting a special Christmas group on the first Thursday in December in Stony Plain, AB.
A resource I’ve been interested in for awhile now is Cyber Seniors. From their website: Building on the award-winning film and high school community service project, Cyber-Seniors is a non-profit organization that encourages tech-savvy youth to put their knowledge to good use by mentoring older adults in technology.
Alberta Health Services (2017) has compiled a list of mobile apps for use in addictions and mental health in this downloadable PDF directory, check it out!
Stemming from my previous post regarding the Music Care Conference, I wanted to mention two education opportunities: