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Pathways Receives 3 Year CARF Accreditation

Pathways Receives 3-Year CARF Accreditation We have just received our notice from CARF that Pathways received a 3 year accreditation! Thank you everyone involved for helping the agency to prepare for this process to be successful! The surveyors identified 23 strengths in our leadership, community housing, Family Homes, Supported Independent Living and Community Integration practices, gathered from family, person served, funders and community partner feedback. Take a look at the full survey report: CARF accreditation 123121 “Pathways to Independence has a core cadre of dedicated staff members who are not only well trained and enthusiastic about their work, but also
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January 17th – Empowering People For a Safe and Healthy Online Experience: Internet Safety Presentation

RSVP by Monday, January 14, 2019 Contact: Craig Helmer Phone: 613-962-2541 ext. 284 Email: CraigH@pathwaysind.com Empowering People For a Safe and Healthy Online Experience Internet Safety Presentation Belleville Pathways Office, Thursday, January 17, 2019: Pathways to Independence is pleased to announce that Matt Richardson, local internet safety and cyber respect expert, will be visiting us to facilitate a customized program for the people we support that will empower and equip them to exercise their right to a safe and respectful online experience. The program will raise awareness of online risks and provide practical safety strategies and introduce the concept of
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7th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk June 3

As you know, our Brain Injury Awareness Walk is coming up on Sunday June 3rd! Come join us The Never Stop Foundation, with Robert Wein and Pathways to Independence, Ottawa and the Pathways Foundation at the Andrew Haydon Park, Ottawa for the 7th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk Andrew Haydon Park, 3127 Carling Ave, Nepean       Do you know that an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is present in 1 person of 24? If not, are you aware that a concussion is an Acquired Brain Injury? June has been officially named “Brain Injury Awareness” month in Ottawa. To raise
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