CES Sessions
All sessions are offered at no cost.

More Information In person sessions are held at a location within the Calgary area and your attendance is required.
27 Jun 2017

Life After High School: Post - Secondary for Students with and without Special Needs

6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Nosehill Library

Brought to you by a Government of Alberta Learning Clicks Ambassador. Hear her story of navigating post-secondary, including: moving across the country and surviving only 10 days, starting University two weeks late, facing mental illness, navigating academic supports, transferring programs, to now - Graduate School. Presentation topics will include: Finding the right path, upgrading after high school, scholarships/grants, post-secondary options, and supports available to students with unique needs. (Registration open to all)

Poster

24 Aug 2017

Chemicals: The Good, The Bad and Our Health

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Alberta Children's Hospital - B2-200

Should you aim to live a life without chemicals? Are all chemicals harmful? In fact, chemicals are part of everyday life, essential to our economy, our communities and our homes. While chemicals provide benefits, they may also have harmful effects on your family's health if not properly managed. Come and learn practical tips and strategies you can use to create a healthy home for you and your family.

Poster

25 Aug 2017

Chemicals: The Good, The Bad and Our Health

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Shawnessy Public Library

Should you aim to live a life without chemicals? Are all chemicals harmful? In fact, chemicals are part of everyday life, essential to our economy, our communities and our homes. While chemicals provide benefits, they may also have harmful effects on your family's health if not properly managed. Come and learn practical tips and strategies you can use to create a healthy home for you and your family.

19 Sep 2017

Can One Story Change Everything? How Early Childhood Experiences Impact Child Development, Addiction and Mental Health throughout Life

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Western Canada High School

Open to everyone - parents, teachers and students alike

Brain health is determined by more than just our genes. Learn how early experiences get built into our brains and bodies and what the AFWI is doing to support research into early brain development, mental health and addiction and how they are educating everyone about the science of brain development and its impact on lifelong health.

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