We want to support the community in profound ways, and we want to do that together. We are stronger together than we are apart. We are inviting you to learn with us, by having us provide training to your team. Our research over the past three years shows that service providers are in need of additional support to be effective within their positions. We can help!
Lunch and Learn (Up to 60 minutes) $250
Half-Day Session (Up to 3 hours) $800
Full-Day Session (Up to 7 hours) $1600
Discounted Rates for Non-profits & schools:
Lunch and Learn (Up to 60 minutes) $150
Half-Day Session (Up to 3 hours) $600
Full-Day Session (Up to 7 hours) $1200
If cost is a barrier, please contact us. We’d love to work with you.
Funds returned to our community by way of free family supports and programming.
Attendance within organization is unlimited. 30 staff for a half day = $31.67 total/person
Adapted especially for your team of service providers.
Manuals included at only $5 per manual, to be printed by agency.
Evidence-informed, and community narrative inclusive.
10% Discount for referral agencies, and repeat agencies, to be used within 90 days.
Knowledge Translation of Family-Centered Practice: A Family’s Perspective
A discussion of best practice research about family-centered practice, reviewed and adapted by families that include multiple barriers and/or a child with differences. How can we provide a safe space to build a relationship? How do families need us to communicate? An invitation to gain understanding and perspective directly from a family narrative.
Supporting and Understanding Children and Youth with Differences
A discussion of best practice research about disabilities in society. An invitation to see disability and neurological, cognitive and psychological differences as a normal part of humanity. How can we support, empower, and encourage children with various differences? How do we cope with challenging behaviours? Learning together within an inclusive model, integration with various programming and organizational supports is possible.
Supporting Families that Include Mental Illness and Disability
An invitation to consider the lives of children who experience mental illness and disability of a caregiver. How can we increase our compassion and skill to support these exceptional children and youth? A discussion of tools we know have a positive effect on family well-being, when they face these barriers.
Let’s Get Real: Understanding Mental Health
A discussion about mental health and illness in society. How can we increase our mental health and well-being? What tools do we have available to deal with the stress and challenge we all have in our lives? An invitation to look at mindfulness, bringing kindness to ourselves, and creating moments of joy and calm in our day.
Self-Harm from a Community Perspective
An invitation to see self-harming behaviours as a way of communication. A strength-based look at the unique beauty and gifts people bring to the world. Discussion of how we can use harm-reduction in the moment for those we work alongside and for planning into the future. How can we cope in the moment? Inspired by People. Stories and solutions are reviewed and shared from the individual’s perspectives.
Other topics available on request.
More About Inspire
Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is an incorporated non-profit social services agency working with youth and families. We aim to provide culturally sensitive, family focused, child centered education and programming, designed to meet the needs of those living with mental health issues or neurological/cognitive differences. Throughout our programming, we focus on skill development and teaching positive mental health coping strategies.
Our mission at Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is to support the mental health of children, youth, and their families. Our vision is the development of a community that supports children, youth and families to recognize and celebrate their strengths and potential, and that puts them in touch with resources that benefit their overall well being.
Facilitated by Angela Taylor: I am an executive and a clinician, but continue to be a front-line staff. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, a Post Bacc in Education, focusing on inclusion, and am currently completing my Masters Degree in Disability Studies. Within our family, we celebrate psychological, cognitive and neurological differences. My children have been my best teachers, and support me to embrace my own differences. We are more similar than different, and we all need support at different times in our lives. I love to support my community to grow, just as it supports and inspires me to.
We look so forward to hearing from you, to see how we can work together to support our community. Please don’t hesitate to contact our team with any questions or suggestions.