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Knowledge Sharing

Overview

Clinicians at RCC and SSCY Centre are supported to attend national and international conferences to strengthen integration of emerging and evidence informed practice changes into clinical care.

Knowledge sharing is also an important part of research. Researchers that partner with Rehabilitation Centre for Children to share their findings with RCC and throughout SSCY Centre in a variety of ways including infographics, publications, summaries in newsletters and social media, videos, and more. Visit the Family Resource Centre at SSCY Centre to see a display of knowledge sharing products from RCC research.

Research findings are also shared through presentations at our monthly webinar series, “Breakfast at SSCY”. Breakfast at SSCY is held on the second Tuesday of each month, from 8:00-9:00. These sessions provide an opportunity to learn about and discuss a variety of topics that are relevant to SSCY families, programs, and staff. Everyone (including SSCY staff, staff at other facilities, and families) is welcome to attend. Attend in person, join the live virtual presentation, or browse the archives for past recorded sessions (note: recordings are not available for every session).

Breakfast at SSCY Learning Series

Presented by: Mark Robertson

Presented by: Shea Hunt and Barb Borton

Presented by: Dr. Kelly Russell

Presented byVanessa Tomas, Krista Buchanan, Chris Froese, and Nicole Leclair

Presented by: Kirby Cote

Presented by: Pat Furman

Presented by: Colleen Dawson (She/They)

Presented by: Mandy Archibald

Presented by: Sandra Hunter

Presented by: Mark Robertson

Presented by: Pat Furman, Executive Director at Inspired By Wonder

Presented by: Jenna Heschuk

Presented by: Stephanie Bradford, CCLS and Jenna Nixon, OT REG(MB)

Presented by: Patty Douglas, PhD and Raya Shields, MA

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Presented by: Alexandra Guemili and Allen Mankewich

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Presented by: Lucy Charles and Arul Hamill, Paediatric Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand

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Presented by: Tricia Kell

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Presented by: Dr. Cheryl Rockman-Greenberg MD, CM, FRCPC, FCCMG., and Angela Krutish MSc, MSc, CGC, CCGC

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Presented by: Kristy Wittmeier PT, PhD., Stephanie Glegg OT, PhD., and Carrie Costello (Parent Partner)

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Presented by: Dr. Gina Rempel

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Presented by: Dr. Jen Theule & Michelle Ward

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Presented by: Our Favourite Words Implementation Team

Presented by: Anuprita Kanitkar

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Presented by: Charles Burchill and Deepa Singal

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Presented by: Jane McSwiggan

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Presented by: Carrie Costello & Rachel Keijzer

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Presented by: Dr. Katie Chaput

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Presented by: Dr. Mandy Archibald

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Presented by: Dr. James Young and co-presenter: Denise Geiskkovitch

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Presented by: Deborah Dykstra

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Presented by: Dr. Christy Pylypjuk, Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

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Presented by: Dr. Simon Pickstone-Taylor

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Presented by: Dr. Kathryn Sibley, PhD.

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Presented by: Dr. Leslie Roos, PhD and Sandra Hunter

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Presented by: Kellsey Scheepers, Occupational Therapist & Shelley Proven, Speech- Language Pathologist

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Presented by: Sandi Mitchell, Organization & Staff Development, WRHA

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Presented by: Sarah Kirby, MPH, & Jeanette Edwards, MHA

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Presented by: Kim Thiessen, Occupational Therapist

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Community Respite Service has helped families and people with intellectual and physical disabilities by providing quality respite in Manitoba, fostering independence and participation within their communities. CRS is a participant and family centered care organization that strives to provide quality service.

In this session you will learn:

  • What is Community Respite Service Inc. (CRS) and what programs and features do they offer?
  • What are the mission, vision, and goals of the CRS?
  • How does the CRS compare with other respite programs?
    • CRS’ Office Administered program and how it compares to the Provincial TIPPS program
    • CRS’ Self-administered program and how it compares with the Provincial Self-managed program
  • Overnight respite through CRS and other community options
  • CRS’ Respite apartment uses

Presented by: Michelle Hammond, Executive Director for Community Respite Service Inc.

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Presented by: Carrie Felices-Costello, Chair of the Family Advisory Council, & Tessa Plett, BSW RSW, Social Worker at RCC and staff liaison for the Family Advisory Council

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Presented by: Chelsea Korstrom, Certified Orthotist, Clinical Service Lead, & Meghan Guglich, Certified Prosthetist, Prosthetics & Orthotics, Rehabilitation Centre for Children

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Presented by: David Kron, Executive Director (CPAM)

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Visit the Locked Out of Life website to learn more about the campaign.

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Presented by: Jeanette Edwards, OT Reg. (MB), MHA, BOT, CHE, Strategic Lead, Community Health, Quality and Learning, Shared Health

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Presented by: Jennifer Dunsford, RN, MN, MPA. Jennifer is a Registered Nurse with clinical experience in medical, surgical, and oncology nursing, and in project management, quality and patient safety. She has been Regional Director for Ethics Services for the WRHA since 2012, and also has responsibility for Accessibility and Policy within the region.

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Presented by: Dr. med habil. Kerstin Gerhold, MSc.

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Presented by: Ms. Tina Leclair, Program Manager Youth Addictions Centralized Intake and Program Manager Centralized Intake Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and Ms. Lesli Shafer, Retired Program Manager (Dec 2018) Centralized Intake Child and Adolescent Mental Health and MATC ADHD Service

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