This webinar series is open to all long term care and retirement homes who participated in the Java workshops that were hosted in Timmins, Kingston and Ottawa, and also to all Ontario homes who are already running Java programs. The intended audience is for individuals who already have experience in facilitating Java programs.
This interactive series offers facilitators of the Java Music Club and Java Memory Care with an opportunity to enhance upon skills and knowledge. Kristine Theurer, President of Java Group Programs, has lead webinars on these four topics:
- BECOMING AN EXTRAORDINARY GROUP FACILITATOR (this webinar has passed) – Please watch the webinar recording online.
- CULTIVATING EMPATHY: DISARMING BULLYING (this webinar has passed) – Please watch the webinar recording online.
- DEALING WITH EMOTIONS (this webinar has passed) – Please watch the webinar recording online.
- EMBRACING DIVERSITY (this webinar has passed) – Please watch the webinar recording online.
This project is a partnership between Ontario Centres for Learning Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care (CLRI) hosted at the Bruyère Research Institute, Bruyère Continuing Care, Java Group Programs and Carleton University, with funding provided by the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI).
Questions? Please contact Michelle Fleming, Knowledge Broker at the Ontario CLRI at email@example.com.