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Community Living Prince Edward hosts a variety of workshops, monthly meetings and events throughout the year, click below to learn more.

National Disability Employment Awareness Month
 On October 21, 2021…wear your purple and blue to  help celebrate a one-day only event in recognition of “National Disability Employment Awareness Month” (NDEAM), and the many ways people who have a disability contribute to businesses and communities across Canada. Share it on Social Media #LightItUpForNDEAM #LightItUp1021 #NDEAM #EngageTalent Send your pictures to Brandylee Wilkes brandylee.wilkes@clpe.on.ca   Lisa Rashotte
5th Annual Think Different, Do Different Conference
The Quinte Region East Professional Development Association is pleased to announce that it is hosting its 5th Annual Think Different … Do Different Conference virtually on March 10th & 11th, 2021. The conference theme is Building for the Future, which the committee feels is a fitting topic based on the events and challenges of this past year. Our facilitator Gary Gzik, CEO of BizXcel Inc., is passionate about people and their potential to do great things in their organizations and lives. He imagines a world where the TGIF mentality is abolished, where there is no more “working to live”
My Life, My Choice, My Community: Thriving in Your Neighbourhood
Every person is capable of leading a life that recognizes their unique gifts and contributions by developing valued social roles. At every stage of life, from childhood through to adulthood, families can utilize a social role mindset that will open up opportunities for their loved ones that will help them thrive in their community. Panelists include: Janet Klees, Durham Association for Family Resources & Services Julian Escallon, Musician and Video Creator Genia Steven, Founder of Good Things in Life Carolyn Fast, Independent Facilitator & Planner WHAT'S IN IT FOR
BUILDING MOMENTUM FOR THE CANADIAN DISABILITY BENEFIT LEARNING SERIES
Achieving a Canadian Disability Benefit is a historic opportunity to end disability poverty. No other government in the world has made such a commitment. It will take a lot of work to turn that opportunity into a reality that is meaningful and inclusive. It will take widespread engagement by disabled people from every corner of the country. Including leadership from Quebec and those from racial minorities, the indigenous community, and those discriminated against because of age, race, colour, gender, and sexuality. It will also take widespread popular support from regular Canadians. Finally,
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