A workshop has been planned for OTs to learn more about student mental health in the classroom as well as their own mental well-being. OT assignments can be very challenging, particularly when constantly working with a variety of students in different school environments. Dr. David Tranter, a professor at Lakehead University and Mental Health Lead for Lakehead Public Schools, will be the presenter. He has co-authored the book, The Third Path, with Lori Carson and Tom Boland, a relationship-based approach to teaching. This will be a very informative workshop. Three copies of the Third Path will be given away as door prizes. Dinner will be available.
Presenter: Dr. David Tranter
Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Place: LETO Office, #5-1112 Russell St
To Register: email Kristen as soon as possible
Please notify her of any food allergies.
The Lakehead OT Local will be hosting the ETFO OT Making Math Happen Workshop on Thursday, April 12 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Lunch, snacks and release will be provided. Registration will open Monday, March 19th and close Thurs. April 5th. Flyer provides further information: Flyer
OT Local General Meeting
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
LETO Office: #5 – 1112 Russell St.
Dinner will be served. (Chinese)
Please advise of any dietary restrictions.
Please confirm by Sunday, February 25 to Nancy Calonego: email@example.com
Lakehead OT Local Fall General Meeting
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
4:15 – 6:15 p.m.
Regional Food Distribution Association (RFDA) Building
570 S. Syndicate Ave.
Dinner to follow meeting.
Please advise of any dietary concerns.
Please RSVP to Nancy Calonego, 251-0034 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 20.
Guest Speaker: Amina Abu-Bakare representing Isthmus (formally Blessings in a Backpack).
Isthmus provides enough food for children from low-income families to stay healthy from Friday afternoon until Monday morning. The Local will be presenting a donation to Isthmus.
This is also an opportunity for members to bring food items to donate to the RFDA (food bank). Foods most needed are canned tuna, salmon, meat, canned fruit, canned vegetables, peanut butter, pasta, pasta sauce, soups, stew, canned juices, cereal, baby food/formula.
All members are welcome to attend the meeting. This is an opportunity for OTs to receive information both locally and provincially as well as share concerns and ideas.