Provincial - Punjabi – Changing Relationships

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SOCH (South Asian Mental Health Resources) and Autism Ontario presents “Changing Relationships” in Punjabi

Workshop Goal:  learn how to maintain healthy relationships while caring for a child with autism.

This workshop will allow South Asian parents and caregivers of a child with autism to explore the impact of the diagnosis on family relationships. Core themes of this workshop may include exploring cultural shame and stigma, evolving interpersonal relationships, and societal perceptions of gender-related caregiver roles.

Presenters Bio

Maneet Chahal (RN, BScN, MSc) & Jasmeet Chagger (RN, BScN, MSc(c)) are two passionate community change-makers. They have over 8 years of mental health nursing experience and have closely witnessed their family and friends struggle with mental illness. 

Along with working in the field of mental health, Maneet finished her Masters of Nursing in 2018 which looked at the South Asian Punjabi community's experience of accessing mental health services for depression in the Region of Peel. 

Jasmeet’s Masters of Science in Nursing thesis explores the perceptions of alcohol use and the experience of Punjabi families impacted by problem drinking. 

SOCH is a community mental health initiative aimed at breaking the silence about mental health in South Asian families.

Note: Once you are registered, you will receive a virtual link closer to the event date, with instructions about how to access it.

When
May 13th, 2021 7:30 PM   through   9:00 PM
Location
Online / En Ligne
ON
Canada

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Contact
Phone: 416-246-9592  ext. 238
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Events Fee(s)
# of Children with ASD attending
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4
# of Parents / Guardians / Caregivers
1
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3
# Siblings / Friends / Other family
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4
# of Professionals
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4
# of Volunteers
1
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4
Event Chapter(s) and Region(s)
Chapter(s) Halton, Niagara, Peel, Toronto
Region(s) Central, Toronto

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