Research has shown that children that do not identify with one of the two binary genders are at greater risk of developing mental health concerns. In partnership with Rainbow Resource Centre, we’ll be hosting the Gender Creativity Celebration – a FREE fun-filled event for children of all gender identities and their families.
We support youth and families with unique challenges and celebrate their strengths. We provide evidence informed, culturally sensitive, family-centered education and programming, designed to meet the needs of those living with mental health issues or neurological/cognitive differences.
How are we different?
Inspire’s support is created by the community; from children who grew up with differences, families that include children with differences, and evidence from a clinical perspective.
Who are the programs meant for?
All families who want to attend are invited to join us.
How can you register?
You can click on the link to register online, or email us at email@example.com
Check out our Program Calendar HERE or learn more below:
After school art therapy program encouraging youth to develop effective and healthy coping strategies to deal with stress as they work through various art projects.
Locations:Boys and Girls Club @ Sister MacNamara School
Get Your Art On! in Partnership with VOICES, to encourage youth to develop effective and healthy coping strategies to deal with stress.
Launching in January 2017
Parents and caregivers of children with differences are invited to learn, become empowered and find support. Topics include understanding behaviour, providing guidance & advocacy.
Join us for the Empowered Families Program in Partnership with FACT beginning February 1, 2017.
All-day conference hosted lectures from seven local professionals representing a variety of disciplines and approaches, as well as information tables from more local resources and organization.
Please join us for our Empowered Families Conference on February 25th, 2017
Inspire was invited to speak at the Power of Being A Girl conference. Information was shared on how to focus on your strengths and build resiliency for positive mental health.