8th Annual ACE Conference
All registrations must be received by ACE via on or before August 31, 2011
NEW COST $190.00/person
admission to the dance, one night accommodations based on double occupancy, one day conference, breakfast, lunch, refreshments and access to fitness room and pool at the Ramada Inn Belleville
Wednesday September 14th, 2011
3:oo pm Hotel Registration & dinner on your own
7:oo pm DANCE sponsored by Community Living Belleville and Area (formerly Plainfield Community Homes) with DJ Jim McLean
Thursday September 15th, 2011
Keynote Speaker: Dave Hingsburger
Making Contact, Making Connections, Making Community
Community Living is, of course, more than living in the community. In support of people with disabilities, effort has been made to facilitate connections and make opportunities for friendships. In doing so, we sometimes miss the obvious. This workshop will suggest a variety of differing connections that serve to make life celebratory. Using examples and stories, practical approaches that lead to an increased quality of life will be outlined.
People Supported Sessions
ACE Launch, ACE has been working hard on a new logo and tagline bringing them back to the basics of education and inclusion, they will discuss how this change is taking place and its effect on the group. ACE will invite other groups to share their successes.
Chrissy Johnson, As people continue to have different life experiences and inclusive lifestyles it will be important to hear what Chrissy has to say about healthy relationship and boundary setting.
Dawn Lee, Quality Assurance Manager at Community Living Campbellford/Brighton
The government wants to improve services and supports for adults who have intellectual disabilities and their families. It wants services and supports to:
- Be fair, so that everyone gets treated the same way
- Be flexible, so that services and supports better meet people’s needs
- Be here for the future
The new regulation (299/10) is part of the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008. It talks about the rules that agencies and services must follow. Quality assurance measures are rules that help agencies provide high quality services and supports and meet set standards.
In this session Dawn will discuss the standards and how they will impact people receiving services in Ontario.
Cindie Evans, Coordinator with Developmental Services Ontario Toni Hill, Assessor/Navigator
will discuss the provincial intake process as well as the Application Package including the Supports Intensity Scale.
Chrissy Johnson, Counsellor with Kawartha Sexual Health
will facilitate a session with staff about sexual assault, what it is and how do we support someone who has been assaulted. Chrissy will discuss services offered, what happens after an assault is reported to the Police, how it impacts the victim and what we can do to support someone through the process.
For more Information & Registration please contact ACE… 705.653.1821 ext.241 to speak with Bev or fax 705.653.5738 Email: email@example.com
Click on Link to download a PDF Registration Form: 8th Annual Conference Registration Form