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Sunday June 3rd

  Join Us Sunday 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 awareness and funds, we are hosting the 7th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk on
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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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Down East Kitchen Party – APRIL 28, Ottawa

DOWN EAST KITCHEN PARTY $$ FUNDRAISER FOR $$ Brain Injury Awareness & Support #DownEastKitchenParty SATURDAY, 28 APRIL 2018 Doors Open: 6:30 p.m. ADMISSION: $10, or 2 for $15 IRISH DANCE LESSON: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (included in Admission Price) LIVE MUSIC by volunteer musicians of Ottawa’s Irish, Celtic, Newfie, Bluegrass, & Country Jam Sessions LIVE MUSIC starts at 8:00 p.m Tickets available at: Westboro Legion Branch 480 389 Richmond Road (street level hall) West of Churchill Ave Tel: 613-725-2778 Inquiries: downeast.kitchen@magma.ca
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National Volunteer Appreciation Week – April 15 – 21

April 15 – 21 is Volunteer Week   Pathways would like to recognize and thank our volunteers for all they do! Our volunteers play an invaluable role in helping the people we support to achieve their goals, wishes and dreams. They contribute their unique skills, knowledge, and talent in activities like sewing, knitting, walking, and swimming. A warm Thank You goes out to all volunteers – Keep sharing your greatness!  
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Spread the Word to End the Word®

  HEY! Have you heard? Spread the Word to End the Word®! The Spread the Word to End the Word® Campaign is an ongoing effort by Special Olympics, Best Buddies, and  supporters to inspire respect and acceptance about how hurtful and disrespectful words can be. The idea started in 2008 when Special Olympics launched the website www.r-word.org to combat the inappropriate use of the R-word in common usage. The campaign, created by youth, is intended to engage schools, organizations, and communities to rally and pledge their support and to promote the inclusion and acceptance of people with intellectual and developmental
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Looking to Join the Pathways to Independence Team?

Interested in joining the Pathways to Independence Team? Employment opportunities are available on the careers page: https://www.fitzii.com/careers/pathwaystoindependence Don’t see a post of interest? Join our Talent Network by applying through the “Talent Registry”! “Pathways to Independence has a cadre of employees who have been with the organization for many years; they demonstrate a high level of professionalism and genuine commitment to the persons served.” -CARF Survey Report, Agency Strengths, 2015 To contact the Human Resources Department please call 613-962-2541.
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