The February OIFN Book Club meeting is almost here! Join us to discuss Precious Cargo: My Year Driving the Kids on School Bus 3077 by: Craig Davidson.Read More
Join other parents from Orangeville and Dufferin County to connect and network, and to learn concrete strategies for supporting mental wellness from motivational speaker and mental wellness educator Miguel Martinez from CMHA.Read More
FWD's strength comes from its amazing facilitators, and we are looking to add 2 new people to our team. If you are (or know someone who is) passionate about building a vibrant and diverse community, supporting people to share their skills, talents and interests, and developing your own skills as an independent facilitator, let us know!Read More
With generous support from the Guelph Community Foundation, Facilitation Wellington Dufferin is pleased to host a dinner and presentation for parents of adult children who have a developmental disability, with speaker, author and parent Amy Baskin:
YOU—Strong, Centred and Connected on May 7th, 2018
We all want a good life. For our loved ones. For ourselves. But it takes energy, stamina and community to make it happen. Especially over the long run. The better you’re doing, the more you have to give. Time for a night to focus on YOU.
Learn easy, practical, and proven ways to improve your health, mental health and supports. Meet other fabulous parents who “get it.” Join us for a fun night of delicious food, great company and fresh ideas on self-care.
P.S. There WILL be chocolate!
See you there!
CLGW is hosting developmental services sector labour and employment lawyer Cheryl W. Pooran to deliver an in-person information and training session about Bill 148 for people and families who engage workers for support.Read More
Facilitation Wellington Dufferin will be hosting another free learning forum, and you are invited! Join us, along with speech and language pathologist Heather Morgan, to learn about the different ways that people communicate. Follow this link to our events page for more details.
FWD has now spent more than two years engaged in the Independent Facilitation Demonstration Project (IFDP) and would like to share with you some of what we have learned, hear what you are thinking about Independent Facilitation, and discuss its future in our community and across Ontario.Read More