A survey for parents and service providers of Special Needs children

If you have a child receiving any speech-language, occupational therapy or physiotherapy services, please complete the parent survey at the link below. Parent Survey: fluidsurveys.com/surveys/pamfergusson/children-s-rehab-survey-for-parents/ If you are a service provider, teacher or play a role in how a child accesses services for speech-language, occupational therapy or physiotherapy.  Please complete the survey at the link below. Service provider  Survey: http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/pamfergusson/children-s-rehab-services-survey-for-providers/
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Participaction is promoting Unplug and Play week!

Now that our electronics are only ever a finger’s reach away, the average Canadian child spends close to 8 hrs a day in front of a screen.  So let’s help our children by leading by example. Let’s put our electronics down for at least 60 minutes a day and get outside for some physical activity. To help, here’s an Unplug & Play Checklist with a week’s worth of ideas. You’ll also find a customizable certificate to award your little ones if they stay active for all 7 days. For additional tips and resources see more on their website at: http://www.participaction.com/
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Free Community Dinner

Free Community Dinner Thursday March 19. 4:00-6:00 pm St. Andrew’s United Church, 30 Clarence Street Lanark (Note: This is NOT a fundraiser or a potluck…it’s a chance to meet and greet your neighbours and make some new connections. Hosted by the same people who bring you the Good Food Box). Community Suppers March 2015
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Making Recreation Accessible for all Children

Removing barriers to make recreation accessible for all children in our communities is important to all of us!  The Healthy Communities Partnership is excited to share an online list of available support for kids recreation.  Please follow the link below to select the list of funders for each municipality within Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. http://www.healthyllg.org/recreation_funding.html
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211

The three simple digits – 211 – should be the go-to number for anyone looking for health, community, government and social services in Ontario. 211 is a helpline and online database of Ontario’s community and social services. 211 is answered and updated by highly-trained specialists. Dial 2-1-1 | Free | Confidential | Live answer | 24/7 211 Fact Sheet
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