Our volunteer board and community members champion the importance of exceptional board leadership and utilize their expertise to make a difference for over 25,000 children and youth with disabilities and developmental needs and their families. Our innovative network model, which operates through service contracts with public and private partners in the health, community and education sectors, makes governing our organization a unique experience.
CTN’s vision of building brighter futures together includes everyone. As part of our commitment to inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility, our goal is a governance structure that reflects the communities we serve. We invite all qualified applicants to apply including individuals with disabilities, those who identify as Black, Indigenous or persons of colour, members of the LGBTQ2S+ community, those with lived experience as a family member of an individual with a disability and others.
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Kerry's Place - (FFS) Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder - Online
This live webinar is for family members and caregivers who want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Common characteristics of ASD, possible strengths, needs, learning styles and profiles of persons with ASD will be introduced as well as effective strategies to support your child or loved one.
Kerry's Place - Caregiver Nonviolent Crisis Intervention - Online
Participants will be provided with an overview of the verbal and non-verbal communication concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI-CPI) training program that can help in the support and care of family members, or people they support, with Autism Spectrum Disorder, both at home and in the community.
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