Upcoming Virtual Workshop: Importance of Being Connected Workshop

Did you know that feeling isolated and consistently lonely can be as bad for our health as
smoking 15 cigarettes a day? We are all at risk as we live through various life circumstances.
Now more than ever as we learn to live through a global pandemic, it is vital to be
connected. Connection is important for you, those you care about, and for the well being of
our community. There is always hope and there are ways to overcome. Make connection a
priority! You can make a difference! Take part in this free, interactive gathering, developed
to support the compassionate community movement in Ontario!

When: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 2:00 – 4:00 PM

Facilitated by: Diane Mulcaster, RN, BSCN, MHS

Click to Register now!