Events

October 18th 2019

SOLUTIONS

9AM-4PM

Alderney Landing Theatre

Event Details

October 18th 2019

SOLUTIONS

Registered guests will have an opportunity to listen to speakers  from across the region and the world speak about innovative and proposed  “SOLUTIONS” that could help Nova Scotia meet the challenges of supports in the supported housing system.
 

More importantly, this event will also unveil the penultimate draft of a Supported Housing White Paper. 


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Venue Address: Alderney Theatre, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 3Z3


Event Schedule:


9:00 AM: Registration & Networking


9:30 AM: Welcome Remarks from Cynthia Carroll, Executive Director of Autism Nova Scotia


9:40 AM: Supported Housing Summit Theme & Introductions


9:55 AM: Presentation by Tabatha Bois, New Brunswick’s Association for Community Living


10:40 AM: Break


10:50 AM: Vignette featuring Muiriosa Foundation, Ireland


11:00 AM: Unveiling of Building to Better: A White Paper on Supported Housing for the Autism and Developmental Disability Community


11:55 AM: “Dotmocracy Voting” on Recommendations listed in White Paper


12:20 PM: Lunch


1:20 PM: Welcome Back


1:30 PM: Feature Presentation from Bo Elven


3:10 PM: Break


3:25 PM: Vignette featuring Ontario Developmental Services Housing Task Force


3:40 PM: Comments from Disability Support Program — Department of Community Services


3:50 PM: Closing Remarks & Next Steps


4:00 PM: Networking & End


9AM-4PM

Alderney Landing Theatre

April 24 2019

IDEAS

9AM - 4PM

Halifax Central Library

Event Details

April 24 2019

IDEAS

80-100 invitees from various sectors attended a day-long facilitated discussion called “IDEAS” to explore the ideas for how to build housing and related supports, and brainstorm potential solutions.
 

The day's conversations were gathered through a captured harvest by a graphic facilitator that has been submitted to the community to inform consultation.

This graphic harvest is also available in our event summary report.

9AM - 4PM

Halifax Central Library