Aging with a Developmental Disability Q&A Evening

For Families of Persons with a Developmental Disability

Are you prepared for their aging process?

Do you know where to go for help in your area?

If you have questions like these and more, then this event is for you!

Who should attend: Parents, siblings, relatives, anyone who is involved in the care, safety and welfare of a family member with a developmental disability


Kingston Monday, June 25th Family & Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox & Addington - 817 Division Street

Ottawa Monday, July 23rd Algonquin College - 1385 Woodroffe Avenue; Room: A217

Thunder Bay Thursday, August 16th Confederation College - 1450 Nakina Drive

York Region Thursday, Sept. 27th Reena - 927 Clark Ave. W., Thornhiill - Room: Lower Level Training Room

We all age, it’s part of the life cycle but when you are the primary decision maker for a loved one, some of the steps along the path may not be as clear as you’d expect . This evening event is a time for you to hear about possible decisions you could be faced with as your family member ages.

Our panel will help point you in the right direction to acquire information to help plan for this transition.


Please direct any questions regarding this workshop to: Cliff Walsh Reena Learning & Development Registrar, | (905) 889-2690 x 2048