Family Experiences Study
- Published: August 25 2021 15:32
Are you a parent/guardian (18+) with any children under the age of 16? Tell us about your family's indoor and outdoor activities during the pandemic!
Complete Trent University's short (25 minute) anonymous online survey and be entered in a $200 cash prize draw: http://ow.ly/KBOH50FY6Vs
About: We are researchers at Trent University, and we need your help to better understand the recreation and play time experiences of parents and their children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Together for Fun/Ensemble Pour le Plaisir is seeking French facilitators
- Published: August 25 2021 11:19
Together for Fun is designed for caregivers and their loved one who has a mild to moderate cognitive impairment to share pleasant moments together by participating in simple, yet enjoyable recreational activities guided by trained facilitators. There is also a separate component of the program directed at caregivers which is aimed at improving quality of life, presenting resources for self-empowerment, and sharing useful information about other services and supports.
This program has already been successfully implemented in Quebec through the Alzheimer Society social workers in health services environment. It has also been adapted for a recreation setting and successfully piloted at a community centre in Trois-Riveres, Quebec. Recently, the Alzheimer Society has also piloted a virtual implementation and received positive feedback. Key to the success of the program is the facilitation by non-professionals who have received implementation training and coaching on working with people with cognitive impairment.
Currently we are seeking French speaking community members and community organizations to be trained as facilitators to deliver Together for Fun/Ensemble Pour le Plaisir to people living with cognitive impairment and their caregivers living in their community. The training and program are entirely virtual using video communication technologies. The program is 6 weeks in length, with each weekly session lasting a few hours. In total, facilitators should be available to commit 4-5 hours/week for 12 weeks (this includes training, preparation, and program delivery). An honorarium is provided to all facilitators who complete the training and deliver the program.
CPRA Green Jobs Initiative - Accepting Applicants
- Published: August 23 2021 14:24
The CPRA Green Jobs Initiative is now accepting applications for fall and winter funding! Find out more.
Year-Round Community Tennis Courts Program Funding
- Published: May 28 2021 18:04
The Year-round Community Tennis Facility Program Presented by Rogers is operated by Tennis Canada and provides funding to assist in the development of year-round tennis facilities.
Grants are available to municipalities and/or their designated community partners.
Qualified applicants may include:
1. All Canadian municipal governments
2. Their project partners, which may include:
• Non-governmental organizations
• Not-for-profit organizations
• Private sector entities
• Indigenous communities
• Municipally owned corporations
• Universities, Colleges, Schools (institutionally owned land permitted)
The only way to apply for funding is by sending your application package to . Applications received by mail will not be accepted. You can find details by using the Application Guidelines on the Tennis Canada website www.tenniscanada.com