Upcoming events

25
Oct
2021

CPIN - Kinship & fournisseurs (Jour 6)

25 October 2021 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Virtuel

CPIN est le Réseau d'information sur la protection de l'enfance (RIPE). Il s’agit d’une base de données unique par laquelle les utilisateurs partout dans la province peuvent accéder à l’information de d’autres sociétés.  

Formatrice : Annie Forget

Une série de 7 jours de formation :

  • Jour 1 – Introduction, Recherches & Intake
  • Jour 2 – Intake & Enquête
  • Jour 3 – Enquête
  • Jour 4 – Cas continus
  • Jour 5 –Cas continue & CIC
  • Jour 6 – Kinships et fournisseurs
  • Jour 7 – Adoption & SSCJ

POUR VOUS INSCRIRE, envoyez un courriel à inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OU téléphonez au 613.249.8593 (x4729)

26
Oct
2021

Introduction à la culture de douceur

26 October 2021 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Virtuel

 Objectifs de la formation :

  • Comprendre l’importance de notre présence avec les gens
  • Intégrer à votre pratique les 4 piliers de l’Enseignement par la douceur
  • Appliquer les 4 outils de l’Enseignement par ladouceur dans votre quotidien
  • Évaluer votre comportement dans l’intervention
  • Contribuer à la création d’un environnement sécuritaire et valorisant pour les individus que l’on appuie et vos collègues

Formateurs : Eric Douville & Mélissa Clairoux

POUR VOUS INSCRIRE, envoyez un courriel à inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OU téléphonez au 613.249.8593 (x4729)

26
Oct
2021

Avironnons ensemble dans la même direction (pour familles ressources)

26 October 2021 9:00 am -12:00 pm
Virtuel

Pour les familles ressources de Valoris

Formation sur les caractéristiques identitaires, les différences régionales et lescultures, les patrimoines, les traditions, les liens avec la communauté et le conceptde la famille élargie propres aux Premières Nations, Inuits et Métis.

Formateur : Robert A. Lavigne

POUR VOUS INSCRIRE, envoyez un courriel à pparisien@valorsolutions.ca

28
Oct
2021

Everyday Behaviour Tools - Day 1 (ODSN)

28 October 2021 8:30 am -4:30 pm
Virtuel

Training offered by Ottawa Developmental Services Network (ODSN)

For more information & to register, please visit

Everyday Behaviour Tools | ODSN Training

For ODSN training calendar, please call us at 613.249.8593 ext. 4229  OR send an email at odsntraining@valorsolutions.ca 

28
Oct
2021

Indigenous Children and Families in Child Welfare (for resource families)

28 October 2021 1:00 pm -4:00 pm
Virtuel

For Resource Families of Valoris

Training on identity characteristics, regional differences and cultures, heritage,Training on identity characteristics, regional differences and cultures, heritage,traditions, community and concept of the extended family specific to First Nations,Metis and Inuit

Trainer: Nova Cook

TO REGISTER, send an email to pparisien@valorsolutions.ca 

28
Oct
2021

Looking After Children in Ontario (OnLAC) - Part 1 of 3

28 October 2021 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
Virtuel

Training offered in 3 parts:

  • October 21, 2021 - PART 1 (6 pm to 9 pm)
  • October 28, 2021 - PART 2 (6 pm to 9 pm)
  • November 4, 2021 - PART 3 (6pm to 9 pm)

What is OnLAC (Ontario Looking After Children?

 Based on the LAC model developed in England in 1987, OnLAC is used for identifying a child or youth’s strengths and needs, developing his/her plan of care and the collecting data on the progress of children and youth in care. OnLAC is based on a developmental model, is strengths-based and grounded in resilience theory. The data collection and research component of OnLAC provides a structured approach to gathering information with children and youth to inform a holistic assessment of strengths, abilities and needs; and contributes to the development and effective implementation of plans of care.

OnLAC is outcomes focused and anchored in the premise that assessment leads to action. Underpinning OnLAC is the value that good parenting = good outcomes for children and youth. The core document of OnLAC is the “Assessment and Action Record” (AAR) that tracks a child or youth’s progress in seven life dimensions: health, identity, family and social relationships, emotional and behavioural development, self-care skills and education. The AAR is completed annually by the child/youth, caregiver and worker.

The AAR is a clinical and research tool as well as an interactive direct service tool which is designed to be used to:

  • Improve the quality and effectiveness of the substitute parenting
  • Promote positive development and resilience.
  • Collect children and youth data from a developmental and strength-based perspective
  • Generate the Child/Youth’s plan of care

OnLAC aims to improve the life experiences and conditions of vulnerable children and youth by identifying individual needs, focusing on competency development and improving the child/youth’s long-term outcomes. The AAR identifies a child/youth’s developmental internal and external assets which are used to develop goals within the child/youth’s plan of care.

Trainers : Amélie Deslauriers et Laurie Martin

To register, send an email to inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OR call 613.249.8593 (x4729)

28
Oct
2021

PRIDE series (English) – Session 7

28 October 2021 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
Virtuel

PRIDE series (English) – Session 7

  • Session 1: Connecting with PRIDE - SEPTEMBER 30 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 2: Teamwork Towards Permanence - OCTOBER 2 – Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 3: Meeting Developmental Needs: Attachment - OCTOBER 7 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 4: Meeting Developmental Needs: Loss - OCTOBER 14 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 5: Strengthening Family Relationships - OCTOBER 16 -Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 6: Continuing Family Relationships - OCTOBER 21 - Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 7: Meeting Developmental Needs: Discipline - OCTOBER 28 - Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 8: Planning for Change - OCTOBER 30 – Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 9: Making an Informed Decision - NOVEMBER 4 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm

 

What is PRIDE (Parent Resources for Information, Development and Education)?

Developed in Illinois in 1993, PRIDE is a competency-based model for the development and support of resource (foster and adoption) families. It is designed to strengthen the quality of foster care and adoption services by providing a standardized, structured framework for recruiting, preparing and selecting foster and adoptive parents. It also provides foster parent inservice training and ongoing professional development.

The components of the PRIDE Program are:

  • Nine Pre-Service training modules (27 hours)
  • “Connection” homework assignments related to each session
  • Mutual Family Assessment – competency based and integrated with SAFE
  • Family Development Planning Tools (for ongoing education)
  • Nine In-Service training modules also available in digital format

Session Seven: Meeting Developmental Needs: Discipline

Session Seven explores the challenge of discipline. It includes definitions of discipline and punishment and discussion about how they are different. Applicants will review the agency's policy on discipline and discuss why physical punishment is not permitted. The session covers the knowledge, skills and personal qualities adults need to instill discipline. Applicants will explore the meaning of a child or youth's behaviour and the factors that influence behaviour. The session offers effective skills practice for resource parents.

Trainers : Sophie Bourbonnais & Jean-Marc Carrière (FP)

To register, send an email to inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OR call 613.249.8593 (x4729)

30
Oct
2021

PRIDE series (English) – Session 8

30 October 2021 9:00 am -12:00 pm
Virtuel

PRIDE series (English) – Session 8

  • Session 1: Connecting with PRIDE - SEPTEMBER 30 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 2: Teamwork Towards Permanence - OCTOBER 2 – Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 3: Meeting Developmental Needs: Attachment - OCTOBER 7 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 4: Meeting Developmental Needs: Loss - OCTOBER 14 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 5: Strengthening Family Relationships - OCTOBER 16 -Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 6: Continuing Family Relationships - OCTOBER 21 - Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 7: Meeting Developmental Needs: Discipline - OCTOBER 28 - Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm
  • Session 8: Planning for Change - OCTOBER 30 – Saturday - 9 am to 12 pm
  • Session 9: Making an Informed Decision - NOVEMBER 4 – Thursday - 6 pm to 9 pm

 

What is PRIDE (Parent Resources for Information, Development and Education)?

Developed in Illinois in 1993, PRIDE is a competency-based model for the development and support of resource (foster and adoption) families. It is designed to strengthen the quality of foster care and adoption services by providing a standardized, structured framework for recruiting, preparing and selecting foster and adoptive parents. It also provides foster parent inservice training and ongoing professional development.

The components of the PRIDE Program are:

  • Nine Pre-Service training modules (27 hours)
  • “Connection” homework assignments related to each session
  • Mutual Family Assessment – competency based and integrated with SAFE
  • Family Development Planning Tools (for ongoing education)
  • Nine In-Service training modules also available in digital format

Session Eight: Planning for Change

Session Eight explores the challenge of keeping children and youth safe and feeling secure with a focus on children and youth who have been sexually abused. The session looks at how your family would be different after having a child or youth placed in your care or after adopting a child or youth. Session Eight takes a practical view of what to expect during the first hours, days and weeks of a child or youth's placement in a home. This session explores the long-range impact of placement as well. The session ends with a look at how resource families find support from other team members and professionals.

Trainers : Sophie Bourbonnais & Jean-Marc Carrière (FP)

To register, send an email to inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OR call 613.249.8593 (x4729)

01
Nov
2021

CPIN - Adoption & SSCJ (Jour 7)

1 November 2021 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Virtuel

CPIN est le Réseau d'information sur la protection de l'enfance (RIPE). Il s’agit d’une base de données unique par laquelle les utilisateurs partout dans la province peuvent accéder à l’information de d’autres sociétés.  

Formatrice : Annie Forget

Une série de 7 jours de formation :

  • Jour 1 – Introduction, Recherches & Intake
  • Jour 2 – Intake & Enquête
  • Jour 3 – Enquête
  • Jour 4 – Cas continus
  • Jour 5 –Cas continue & CIC
  • Jour 6 – Kinships et fournisseurs
  • Jour 7 – Adoption & SSCJ

POUR VOUS INSCRIRE, envoyez un courriel à inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OU téléphonez au 613.249.8593 (x4729)

02
Nov
2021

COURS 7 - Réception d’un signalement et l’enquête (Parcours vers l'autorisation du bien-être de l'enfance) - OACAS

2 November 2021 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Virtuel

Formation de 3 jours (2, 3 & 4 novembre)

Cours 7 : Réception d’un signalement et l’enquête

Modules en ligne

  • Module 1 — Aperçu du processus de la réception d’un signalement et de l’enquête
  • Module 2 — Fondements des évaluations
  • Module 3 — Évaluation de la sécurité
  • Module 4 — Évaluation des risques
  • Module 5 — Approches engageantes lors d’entrevue
  • Module 6 — Pratique axée sur la communauté

Modules en classe

  • Module 7 — Collaboration avec les familles et les communautés des Premières Nations, Inuits et Métis
  • Module 8 — Engagement lors d’une enquête
  • Module 9 — Mener une enquête sur la protection de l’enfance
  • Module 10 — Entrevues lors d’une enquête
  • Module 11 — Réalisation d’une évaluation de la sécurité
  • Module 12 — Réalisation d’une évaluation des risques
  • Module 13 — Conclusion d’une enquête

POUR VOUS INSCRIRE, envoyez un courriel à inscriptions@valorsolutions.ca OU téléphonez au 613.249.8593 (x4729)