ConnectABILITY

On this page we are highlighting content that was created for a rural setting. These tip sheets and workshop were created in partnership with Community Living Tillsonburg.
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As social beings we enjoy interactions with others. Learning social rules and cues is no easy task for a young child. It is usually learned by trial and error and often resulting in tears.
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The Social Skills Program is a great way to help young children build social skills in a group setting. There are six sessions, usually implemented on a weekly basis with the entire group of children.
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In this section you’ll find the tools to build your child’s self care skills during the daily routines, such as mealtime, dressing, washroom and sleep.
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This is a gateway to information on the Medicine Wheel teachings, shared by Community Living Wikwemikong Anishinaabek.
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