Register for Caregiver Support Training in Grey-Bruce

Apr 11, 2016

Are you interested in supporting women who are experiencing caregiver burnout?  Are you a caregiver looking for resources?

The Rural Women’s Health Support Initiative will be hosting 4 free training workshops in Grey and Bruce counties and invite those who are interested in becoming part of a peer support network to participate.  This opportunity will be of interest to individuals seeking an ongoing volunteer opportunity through which they can make a difference in the lives of people in their own community.

Those interested are asked to attend one training workshop which will take place from 9am to 4pm. Please note that the morning session will also be open to the general public.

Morning Session: Overview of Caregiver Resources

Afternoon Session: Health Coaching Skills & Program Delivery Planning

Upcoming Workshops in Grey County

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

9am - 4pm

Location: New Life Centre

199 - 4th Ave West, Owen Sound, ON

Hosted by the North Grey WI


Thursday, May 5, 2016

9am - 4pm

Location: Lamlash Hall

421608 Concession 6, RR 1, Elmwood, ON

(On the southwest corner of Grey Road 3 and the 6th Concession in the Municipality of West Grey)

Hosted by the Louise WI

Upcoming Workshops in Bruce County

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

9am - 4pm

Location: Ripley Huron Community Centre (Social Room)

17 Queen Street, Ripley, ON


Thursday, June 2, 2016

9am - 4pm

Location: Tara Royal Canadian Legion

86 River Street, Tara, ON

Hosted by the Bruce County District Women’s Institute


There is a limit of 25-30 participants per workshop.  Lunch will be provided for those attending both the morning and afternoon sessions (pre-registration is required)


To register, contact:

FWIO Provincial Office: 905-662-2691



These ROSE (Reaching Ontario Sharing Education) workshops are made possible thanks to funding from Community Foundation Grey Bruce, our partnership with Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health, and the support of local Women’s Institutes in Grey and Bruce counties.




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