30 Jul Building Peer Networks at school that also ‘transition’ into Adult life – free workshop in Auckland
Imagine Better Brings you:
Building peer networks at school that also ‘transition’ into Adult life – free workshop in Auckland
This is an important one day workshop for families/whanau who have disabled sons or daughters in the education system and for teachers and educators. The workshop will explore how one family successfully created an intentional network of friends (A Bunch of Mates) for their son while he was at school. It will also explore how this network has been leveraged to create real work opportunities as his formal education draws to an end.
This event will be very helpful for those interested in how to support young people who are on the fringes of the education system to become deeply connected through the activation of friendships with typical students. It will be practical, honest and have ample time for open dialogue and questions. It will share the good and the successes as well as the challenges and the learnings. This is a ‘keep it real’ event.
To register please go to: https://www.imaginebetter.co.nz/events/
WHEN Mon August 26, 2019 9.30am – 3.00pm
VENUE Yarnton House, CCS Disability Action
ADDRESS 14 Erson Avenue, Royal Oak, Auckland
Free for disabled people / family members and educational staff that come with a family member.
$135 for other paid professionals including IF / EIF staff.
For more information and a copy of the flyer: Bunch of Mates Auckland