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evika works with healthcare professionals to provide education that helps people with a disability and the family and professionals who care for them. We have a series of webinars planned. Please join us!

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The Importance of Allied Health Teamwork

Simple things go a long way.

Join Margot Algie – ALS patient, team builder and communications professional – with Markie Ryckman – Ontario OT and Educator – as they draw on their personal experiences to explain how good and bad teamwork have impacted them along their journeys, and offer simple tips and tricks that you can use to foster an effective team approach within your own professional setting.

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Learn about coping strategies, financial planning, assistive technology, family advocacy, and much much more. Join our webinars!

People with a Disability

Parents of Children with Complex Needs

Healthcare Professionals

Advocating for your Child with Complex Needs
Dr. Naomi Gryfe Saperia

Naomi draws on her experience as a Healthcare Professional and experience as a parent of a child with complex needs, to guide you through strategies for advocating for your child’s needs in medical appointments, and how to effectively communicate with healthcare professionals.

Jan 26 @ 6pm ET

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Financial Planning for a Child with Complex Needs

We have teamed up with financial professionals who are experts in planning for lifetime disabilities. We’ll attempt to cover a wide range of subjects such as insurance, tax, home modification funding, education, and planning for a stable future where you child has access to the support and funding needed to live an active and productive life.

March 29 @ 1pm ET

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The Importance of Allied-Health Teamwork

Join us as we explore the best practices and benefits of effective Allied-Health teamwork. Learn how teamwork can streamline your processes, clearing your schedule to spend more time with your clients. Effective teamwork promotes interdisciplinary cooperation, providing better and more efficient care for the client.

April 28 @ 12pm ET

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Keeping up with your Child’s Changing Needs

Anyone with children knows things change often: shoe size, favourite movie characters, hobbies and aspirations. We learn to embrace those changes because it is what makes your child unique. When a child has medical complexities, those changes extend to assistive technology, learning strategies, and the level of support they require. We have brought in medical professionals to help identify what these changes are, and how to deal with them effectively.

June 25 @ 6pm EST

Communication Bake-Off

We have teamed up with communication device users and Speech Language Pathologists to find out what the best communication system is. We’re focusing on clients with sever communication difficulties paired with limited upper-body mobility, who will need advanced technology such as eye-tracking to communicate. We’ll pit different technologies and access hardware against each other to see which is the most efficient and fasted communication tool.

July 25 @ 12p EST

Taking Care of Yourself while Caring for a Child with Disabilities

Making sure your marriage is healthy, going out for drinks with friends, making a career, and taking time to celebrate your own special events are often struggles parents face when taking care of a child with complex medical needs. Explore effective strategies to manage your own needs with those of your partner and child(ren).

Aug 25 @ 6pm EST

ALS Moves Fast. How Can I Keep Up?

Dealing with ALS as a patient and as a spouse can be overwhelming. You’re often left playing catchup with technology and coping strategies. Join our webinar to learn about coping strategies and technologies that can keep up with your changing condition.

Sept 25 @ 6pm EST

ALS Moves Fast. How Can I Keep Up?

Dealing with ALS as a patient and as a spouse can be overwhelming. You’re often left playing catchup with technology and coping strategies. Join our webinar to learn about coping strategies and technologies that can keep up with your changing condition.

Sept 25 @ 6pm ET

Advocating for your Child with Complex Needs

Dr. Naomi Gryfe Saperia

Naomi draws on her experience as a Healthcare Professional and experience as a parent of a child with complex needs, to guide you through strategies for advocating for your child’s needs in medical appointments, and how to effectively communicate with healthcare professionals.

Jan 25 @ 6pm ET

recorded slanted with background and thin outline
Financial Planning for a Child with Complex Needs

We have teamed up with financial professionals who are experts in planning for lifetime disabilities. We’ll attempt to cover a wide range of subjects such as insurance, tax, home modification funding, education, and planning for a stable future where you child has access to the support and funding needed to live an active and productive life.

March 29 @ 1pm ET

recorded slanted with background and thin outline
Keeping up with your Child’s Changing Needs

Anyone with children knows things change often: shoe size, favourite movie characters, hobbies and aspirations. We learn to embrace those changes because it is what makes your child unique. When a child has medical complexities, those changes extend to assistive technology, learning strategies, and the level of support they require. We have brought in medical professionals to help identify what these changes are, and how to deal with them effectively.

June 25 @ 6pm EST

Taking Care of Yourself while Caring for a Child with Disabilities

Making sure your marriage is healthy, going out for drinks with friends, making a career, and taking time to celebrate your own special events are often struggles parents face when taking care of a child with complex medical needs. Explore effective strategies to manage your own needs with those of your partner and child(ren).

Aug 25 @ 6pm EST

The Importance of Allied-Health Teamwork

Join us as we explore the best practices and benefits of effective Allied-Health teamwork. Learn how teamwork can streamline your processes, clearing your schedule to spend more time with your clients. Effective teamwork promotes interdisciplinary cooperation, providing better and more efficient care for the client.

April 28 @ 12pm ET

recorded slanted with background and thin outline
Communication Bake-Off

We have teamed up with communication device users and Speech Language Pathologists to find out what the best communication system is. We’re focusing on clients with sever communication difficulties paired with limited upper-body mobility, who will need advanced technology such as eye-tracking to communicate. We’ll pit different technologies and access hardware against each other to see which is the most efficient and fasted communication tool.

July 25 @ 12pm ET

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