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2019 Saskatchewan Top Employer
Caring for the caregivers is key for Creative Options Regina
COR was featured in an article published in the Saskatoon Star Pheonix and Regina Leader-Post in conjunction with the announcement of Saskatchewan's 2019 Top Employers!
Save the Date: September 14th, 2019
4to40, our Inclusive Employment Initiative (in collaboration with Campus For All) is the proud recipient of Cultural Connections India Night 2019.

Lindsay Surtees, University of Saskatchewan, Nursing
Britney Favreau, University of Regina, Justice Studies
Amelia McMulin, University of Regina, Social Work
Shelby Becker, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Nursing
Trent Wyman, University of Regina, Health Studies
Aziz Aburawi, University of Regina, Computer Science
Jazlynn McGrath, University of Regina, Psychology
Sawyer Morris, University of Regina, Human Kinetics

On behalf of the COR Board of Directors and Leadership Team -- CONGRATULATIONS!  We are very proud of you all.

Get Involved in our Wellness Initiatives!

Sports Night 2019
Sports Night
Wheelhouse 2019
Spin Class

100 Acts of Kindness: 2019 Edition

100 Acts of Kindness
100 Acts of Kindness 2019: Week 6
Week 6
February has been frigid, but the COR 100 Acts of Kindness Street Team is just heating up! Week 6 we recognized our first support dog, as well as quite a few undercover helpers who are warming our communities; not looking for anything in return. Week 6 - Thank You!
100 Acts of Kindness 2019: Week 7
Week 7 - Pt. 1
When the 100 Acts of Kindness Street Team and Campbell Business connect only one word comes to mind - Magic! Week 7 we helped Campbell Collegiate Business pay it forward to some of the greats in their community. Thanks Fam!
100 Acts of Kindness 2019: Week 7.2
Week 7 - Pt. 2
Campbell Business and Campbell Choir teamed up to create 1 Act of Kindness so big it needed its own video! This one will have you singing and dancing wherever you are! Get your confetti cannons and tissues ready!
100 Acts of Kindness 2019: Week 8
Week 8
Last year the 100 Acts of Kindness Street Team recognized the hard working students at the U of R. This year we partnered with Campus for All to help the students pay it forward to some unsuspecting difference makers! We even surprised a Wheelhouse motivator with a Light Bright Party just for good measure! Buckle Up - Week 8 was a wild ride!
COR Studio
What's Happening in the Studio?
We have Yoga for Every Body taking place on Friday afternoons from 1-2 pm. Don't miss out on the perfect opportunity to clear your mind and relax your way into the weekend! 
COR Education and Training

Upcoming Educational Opportunities:


Storytelling with Nancy Nicolaus: March 5-9
Mental Health First Aid – Basic: March 12-13
Gentle Teaching Level 1: March 14
Person Centred Thinking: March 15
Mentoring in a Culture of Gentleness with Michael Vincent: March 21-22
First Aid Re-certification: March 27
MANDT: March 29
Rachelle Chartier
Our People & Culture Team is Growing! 
Join us in welcoming Rachelle Chartier to a new role focusing on Learning & Development!
 
“I’ve been working in the disability services sector for the past ten years, joining the COR family two years ago. I began supporting Lavina and Allana and was immediately reminded of why I love supporting individuals and teams so much!  During my time at COR, I have been in the role of Assistant Team Leader and Team Leader before moving into my new role as Learning and Development Specialist. This means that I will be facilitating some of our training's and working with teams to ensure that everyone has the support and training they need to be successful! I am also excited to be connecting with our community partners to strengthen our relationship and develop new opportunities for collaboration in the community. I’m looking forward to sharing my passion for learning with all of you!”

A bit about me:
“If life would allow me, I would love to jump in motorhome with my friends and travel across the country hitting up every music festival we could (provided it’s not country) and then hopping on a plane and doing this across the world! But since I’m not a millionaire, I settle for checking out live music as much as I can.  If you can’t find me at a venue here in the city I’m probably spending time with my nieces and nephew, sitting on a patio soaking up the sun or cheering on the Riders with my younger brother at Mosaic Stadium.”
Homewood Health (EFAP) Newsletter for March 2019:
Women's Mental Health
Women's Mental Health
Women's Mental Health
Women's Mental Health
Women's Mental Health
Gentle Teaching Theme for March 2019:
Culture
Gentle Teaching Theme: Culture
Gentle Teaching Theme: Culture
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