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Register Now! The Practice of Social Inclusion: A Day With Michael Kendrick

September 22, 2015

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Monday, October 19, 2015 , Pinewood Clarion, North Bay

Join us in a day with Michael Kendrick* as he leads us in an honest, soul-searching exploration of some of the essential issues in helping people to live good lives as a full part of their communities. Come to be challenged, energized and renewed by a presentation that shows that it is possible, effective and profoundly satisfying to approach lifestyle development in a principled way.

You will not want to miss Michael Kendrick speaking on topics such as…

          The Practice Of Social Inclusion

– The Challenge of Defining What Social Inclusion Is And What It Takes To Build Into Place Personal Lives And Lifestyles That Are Socially Inclusive

– The Incremental And Developmental Nature of Social Inclusion: Social Inclusion As An Ongoing Process Of Building Personally Suitable Lives And Lifestyles

– The Many Accomplishments With Social Inclusion In the Current Period And What This Means For Future Work

– Supporting The Many Ways That People Join and Participate In The Many Kinds Of Groups Present In Communities

– The Role And Means Of Mobilizing “Natural Supports” In Both Direct And Indirect Ways That Can Be Sustainable

–  The Roles And Tasks Of Services And Individual Staff In Supporting Social Inclusion As Part Of The Mission And Priorities Of Service Agencies

 

*Michael Kendrick is currently an independent international consultant in human services and community work. He is well known in many parts of Ontario with his clear, incisive style and his ability to make people think more deeply and to “imagine better”.  His interests, involvements and writings have included leadership, service quality, the creation of safeguards for vulnerable persons, social integration, change innovation, values, advocacy and reform in the human service field amongst others. He writes quite extensively and his publications are available upon request. A fellow Canadian with deep roots in our country, Michael currently resides in Massachusetts.

To Register Complete and Send Below Form by Oct. 9th to:
Cheque Payable to Community Living Parry Sound
Donna Lubbelinkhof, dlubbelinkhof@clps.ca (705) 746-9330
38 Joseph St., Parry Sound ON P2A 2G5

 

Michael Kendrick Registration Flyer

 

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