CES Sessions
All sessions are offered at no cost.

More Information Recorded sessions are presented in the Windows Media Video (WMV) format. Internet Explorer and/or Windows Media Player is required to view these sessions.
More Information WebEx sessions are being broadcast using the WebEx platform. Connect via your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
18 Apr 2018

Curious About Cannabis

Available until: September 1, 2018 - 12:55 PM

Learn about cannabis, youth, and the pending legalization of this drug. Tools and resources will be shared to support you and your family.


12 Apr 2018

Videogaming and Youth

Available until: September 1, 2018 - 12:55 PM

Increase your comprehension of videogame culture, including popularity of play in Canada, pros and cons of play and signs of problematic use. Identify strategies to open up conversations at home, within your organization, or in the classroom that raise awareness and help people to make informed decisions. Session is run by Alberta Health Services, Youth Addiction Services.


20 Sep 2018

Concussions: 101 - Heading In The Right Direction ** Also Available as a Webinar **

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

"So what's the deal with concussions? It's just a little bump to the head.......right?"
Would you know what to look for if your kid sustained a concussion? Would you know what to do?
Participants are provided with the most current information on the importance of recognizing and properly managing this invisible injury. Whether a parent, volunteer coach, athlete or health care professional... participants will leave feeling empowered in their ability recognize the signs and symptoms, and know what to do when a concussion is suspected. Further discussion surrounding resources and help available for those who are experiencing the long term effects of post-concussion syndrome.


10 Jul 2018

Not falling through the cracks - How Psychoeducational Assessments can help Foster Success!

Available until: October 1, 2018 - 11:55 PM

Does your child struggle in a mainstream classroom? Are you concerned that your child may be anxious, overwhelmed or inattentive at school? Does your child struggle to understand new academic concepts or lessons? Do you think your child needs extra support to achieve academic or social success? If you can relate to any of these questions, please join the presenters to explore when a psychoeducational assessment may be warranted for your child. Within the current session, presenters will provide parents and supports with an overview of how psychoeducational assessments can be helpful in identifying a child’s strengths, areas of difficulty, and learning style, as well as help caregivers learn how to advocate through the educational system and community supports to foster growth and success.