Family Support Institute Training Weekend graphics
I was again invited to the Family Support Institute Training Weekend in Naramata – last year this was a really transformational weekend for me as a parent, professional and I got to test my chops as a graphic recorder and facilitator. This year we upped the ante 🙂 This is an amazing group of folks. If you are a parent or have a family member with a disability and need support, contact them to find out about Resource Parents in your area. If you are feeling like you’d like to offer something to other families which include people with disabilities, inquire about their annual training program. Last year I think it was 27 new Resource Parents and Resource Family Members came on board, assisted by more experienced peers who have been there from the beginning. If you’re a professional or an agency, consider having someone from FSI come and speak to your group or board – they are having amazing conversations about education, supported work, sexuality, housing and government.
Last but not least, they wanted signs for the doors this year, so people would have a better sense of negotiating sessions that were in different buildings. I used the Ipad to make these!
Oh, one more thing – Spectrum Society, our agency, was thrilled to get the annual Family Support Institute award for our supports to families in B.C.!
3 thoughts on “Family Support Institute Training Weekend graphics”
Aaron, your work is truly inspiring, it brings a ray of sunshine to all who have the pleasure of watching your art work in action.
oh thanks so much 🙂 that made my day!
Hi Aaron, your graphic illustrations brought me right back to the FSI training weekend. After looking at the graphics from the sessions I missed, I am able to get so much information and a real sense of what it must have been like to be in the room. I agree Cara’s presentation was very powerful and your illustrations really capture this very important issue. Thanks for sharing them here. Marta