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Entries by Michael
COR Supports are invited to join us for a night of innovation at the Saskatchewan Science Center on September 23, 2016. An evening of challenges, laughter and prizes await! Appetizers will be served, along with a cash bar. Personal invitations have been sent by email. We can’t wait to see you! Thanks for being #AWESOME! […]
When I first came to COR I didn’t know what to expect. Much like the first day of school, I held my lunch kit close to me – as it is the only thing I knew in my unusual surroundings – and made the tentative first steps towards my desk. I expected the commonplace whisperings […]
Beginning late August, COR Supports will have the opportunity to take part in a series of Learning Workshops presented on a range of topics by fellow community based organizations. Space is limited.
In June 2016, COR proudly became a signatory of the Saskatchewan Health and Safety Leadership Charter, joining more than 400 government, industry, union and community leaders who are committed to workplace health and safety. Learn more at: Saskatchewan Health & Safety Leadership Charter Event
Health and Fitness has always been a passion of mine and I have been trying very hard to promote that within our team. I have taken the lead with healthy grocery shopping and meal planning with the individuals we serve, but I have also been promoting our supports to do the same. When speaking to […]
Coming from a standard 9-5 job and not really knowing what all was out there for employment, COR seemed like it could be a new experience, but nothing more! Right from the minute I sat down for my interview I learned that I could not be more wrong. Everything felt different. In the sit down […]
Describe a place or time where Gentle Teaching has helped you in your personal life. This hits home to me! I am so blessed to be a part of COR; I have grown so much both within this organization and outside it. I truly saw myself becoming a better person and becoming a role model […]
I am creating a culture of gentleness with the woman I support slowly. Gaining trust between each other was, and still is, difficult not only for her to trust me, but also for me to trust her. Something that I think that is unique that I have done is to never treat her differently than […]
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