Over the past 45 years special education has moved from a paradigm of segregation to one of inclusion. Students with exceptionalities are spending more and more time in “regular” classrooms. Inclusive special education comes with challenges for teachers, students and parents; challenges that have made inclusive education controversial at times. This day-long institute will look at inclusive education through the lens of Self-Reg,
Participants will benefit from presentations by Canadian and internationally renowned experts in a two-day event featuring updates from key researchers and stakeholders. Canadian physicians and healthcare professional attendees will become up-to-date on the evolving regulatory system and current research to provide safe and effective use of cannabinoids in clinical practice.
From March 27 to 29, 2019, public health professionals from across Ontario will gather to explore how strategy, leadership and practice can align to address changes in the public health sector. It is a time of transformation within public health, with the Ontario Public Health Standards, as well as emerging and ongoing health issues that present new opportunities and challenges for today’s public health professionals. Collaboration and information sharing will be instrumental to provide high quality public health service throughout Ontario for years to come.
Discover tools and approaches to move knowledge into practice, refresh your knowledge at thought-provoking sessions and collaborate with colleagues motivated to build healthier and more sustainable communities.