Creative Options Regina (COR) is very happy to annouce that our very own Patrick Flaman is the winner of the Al McGuire Award for Transition to Employment 2015. His work ethic and attitude are like no one else, Patrick is an exemplary employee and just an all around great guy. We’re proud to have Patrick […]
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Are YOU feeling up to the challenge? COR proudly presents the Fit & Fun Weight Loss Challenge. The grand prize is a gift certificate for the purchase of a round trip ticket for two to Edmonton, along with a one night stay in the Fantasyland Hotel. If you’re interested contact Melissa at melissa(at)creativeoptionsregina(dot)ca
When: November 5, 2015 2-3pm Where: Saskatchewan Science Centre Theatre Cost: $25 RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Wafer is the owner of six Tim Hortons franchises in Ontario. Over the past 20 years, Mark and his wife Valerie have hired 118 people with disabilities and currently employ 46 people with disabilities from a work force of 250. Mark believes there is […]
What is Community? from Creative Options Regina (COR) on Vimeo. We need to rethink how we define “community”. People will say things like, “lets go out into the community”, when in fact we’re already IN community. We all make up the community; just being you makes you a part of it! Embrace what’s around you!
On June 1st, 2015 Creative Options Regina will be moving to a brand new location! 300-1162 Osler Street will be the new COR headquarters.
Well 4to40 is at it again! This time it was the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce writing about the impact the program is having at the University. To download the Saskatchewan Chamber Newsletter, click here –> Jan 2015 Edition
COR is pleased to we welcoming the return of Cara Milne to Regina to host two, one-day workshops on Finding Value in My Day! For more information, contact the COR office.
The following article addresses the culture found in residential settings where the quality of life is shaped by the multiple relationships between residents and direct care support staff. I was struck by the correlation between the elements of a culture of gentleness and what LaLoux has described in “Reinventing Organizations” as new level of organization […]