My Voice, My Future
Save the Date: November 6, 2021
Registration Opening in October
Free Full Day Virtual Conference
Coming Together 2021 (CT2021) is open to individuals of all abilities and their caregivers or families
We will be hosting CT2021 on Saturday November 6, 2021, in a virtual format (Zoom). This year’s theme is My Voice, My Future.
We all have a voice. We use our words, our bodies, and our expressions to share our thoughts and feelings with the people around us. Persons supported and their network will gain knowledge and tools on ensuring that their voice is heard and that they are truly at the heart of all decision making.
This year’s conference will include:
- A morning session designed for individuals of all abilities to have fun with their peers and express themselves.
- An afternoon session focused on practices, tools, and stories about what matters most to people working towards a better today and a future of their choice.
Participants will have opportunities to choose session content offered in either English or French, where feasible.
Registration will open in early October! We will provide more details at that time.
SCS In-Office Meetings
Thank you for your patience in this time of pandemic.
We are here to support you. If you have problems meeting with us by telephone, email or video, please speak with your worker to talk about other ways we can help you.
We may be able to meet you at one of our offices listed below, by appointment only:
– Prescott-Russell County
– United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G)
– Renfrew County
We have procedures for in-office visits based on Ottawa Public Health guidelines.
Thank you for continuing to work with us.
We created a video to showcase the hard-earned successes of the people we support at SCS, while addressing topics relevant to them and their caregivers (primarily employment, housing and networking). We would like to thank everyone who contributed to this project!
Main Services Offered at SCS
Grant Funding Available for Family Support Networks that support family/caregivers of adults with a developmental disability