Our Transition to Life Kitchener/Waterloo course now has an extended application deadline of June 20th.
The course will operate every Wednesday from September 14th to November 30th. Classes will run from 6:00 - 9:00 pm.
For more information about this program please visit our Transition to Life page.
Click here to download the brochure for this course.
The Transition to Life program will be running in Kitchener Waterloo this fall on every Wednesday from September 14th to November 30th. The class will run from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. An additional one hour commitment for coaching sessions is also required on one day during the week.
We got a chance to take some nice shots of our Dinner Society and Social Club Members during the events last month. The Dinner Society learned how to make delicious chicken pitas and the Social Club group had fun making cool 3D puzzles and some great lego structures!
The CN Tower held the record for world’s tallest freestanding structure from 1975 until 2007, when it was surpassed by Burj Khalifa in Dubai. At a mere 553.33 m (1,815.4 ft), the tower is now only in 6th place for this record, with Burj Khalifa still in first place (829.8 m/2,722 ft). Technically the CN Tower has never held the record for world’s tallest building because it doesn’t have floors continuously from the ground and is therefore not considered a building according to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) or Emporis. Instead it is categorized as a tower.
Congratulations to David Francis, a Transition to Life graduate from Barrie’s 2015 class! David has been hired into full time position with CIBC’s governance department at the head office in Toronto!
During Transition to Life David participated in a workshop with Specialisterne and was selected as a candidate for the training program. David’s background includes a degree in Religious Studies and a Certificate in HR Management as well as real-world work experience.
David sat down with Pat O’Connor from Integrated Autism Consulting to discuss his new position at CIBC, his young family and his advice for young adults with ASD on transitioning to adulthood.
Last week members had a great time skating at City Hall and ended the night at the Centre with some Film Trivia. Thanks to everyone who came out!