Breakfast at SSCY Learning Series - Revising the service delivery model in response to increased demand: Dealing with the plagiocephaly ‘epidemic'
The SSCY Network (Specialized Services for Children and Youth) is a partnership between several service provider agencies, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and three provincial government departments. Co-locating partners are located in SSCY Centre in Winnipeg. SSCY partners work together in a family-centred way to provide specialized community-based services for children and youth with disabilities and/or special needs, to support them in reaching their full potential.
We invite you to join us for Breakfast at SSCY, our monthly learning series! Sessions are the second Tuesday of the month, from 8:00 – 9:00 at SSCY Centre. Sessions are also available as a webinar, for those unable to come to SSCY Centre. These sessions will provide an opportunity to learn about and discuss a variety of topics that are relevant to SSCY families, programs, and pediatric rehabilitation service providers. All are welcome to attend!
Join us on Tuesday, March 13 to learn about a research project being conducted at SSCY Centre: Revising the service delivery model in response to increased demand: Dealing with the plagiocephaly ‘epidemic,’ presented by Kathy Mulder, Physiotherapist.
Visit our website for full details or to watch the webinar recording: http://sscy.ca/about-sscy/breakfast-at-sscy/
Register to watch the webinar here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7609902883693629953