Oct 15 | Training session: Late life hoarding

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Late Life Hoarding
a training session brought to you by: A&O: Support services for older adults

Date: Monday, October 15, 2012      $225/person
Where: Victoria Inn, 1808 Wellington Ave, Winnipeg MB
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration starting at 8:00 a.m.

Lunch and copy of Michael A. Tompkin’s “Digging Out: Helping Your Loved One Manage Clutter, Hoarding, and Compulsive Acquiring”
are included in Registration.

Registration: Online by visiting www.ageopportunity.mb.ca/hoarding

For more information please call A&O: Support Services for Older Adults
at 204-956-6440 or Toll Free at 1-888-333-3121.
email: conference@ageopportunity.mb.ca,
or visit www.ageopportunity.mb.ca/hoarding
Posted by Gord McIntyre at 4:30 PM

Sept 26 | How Housing First is changing lives

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A new pathway to recovery and ending homelessness: How Housing First is changing lives.

A lunch hour presentation on the homelessness project called At Home/Chez Soi; a Housing First project that has housed and supported 278 homeless people in Winnipeg. 

Please see the attached poster for more information.

Location : Richardson College Atrium,  599 Portage Avenue
                 Wednesday September 26 at noon
Posted by Gord McIntyre at 2:55 PM

October 6 | Landlord Advantage workshop #2

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The Landlord Advantage Series: #2 Limiting Liabilities

This free information seminar on liabilities in rental operations.  Topics will include insurance coverage, bylaw issues, fire safety and tenant selection.

Officials and local landlords will be presenting.

Come join us for this worthwhile event and a chance to win a door prize from Pollock’s Hardware.


The event will be held on:
Saturday October 6th, 9:30am til Noon at Park Theatre Cafe (698 Osborne St. near Jubilee).  Refreshments.

First come first serve. Please RSVP via email (by Oct 4) to landlordadvantage@winnipegrentnet.ca or at 204-417-2110.  Let us know how many people are in your party.



Posted by Gord McIntyre at 2:34 PM