Mindfulness for Frontline Professionals in Health, Home Care, and Disability Support Services

Presented by the Canadian Centre for Caregiving Excellence

As part of our commitment to support the health and wellness of care providers in Canada, the Canadian Centre for Caregiving Excellence is working with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre, the Provincial Network on Developmental Services, the Cultivating Community Wellness initiative and Queens University to offer a six-week mindfulness program to learn and practice mindfulness skills for developmental services care providers.

The program is led by Sue Hutton, a mindfulness teacher with over 30 years of experience. The weekly sessions are designed for participants to learn and practice mindfulness skills to reduce stress and improve their quality of life

About the program

Starting January 11,2023 , Sue will host weekly 60-minute session over a six-week period. Registrants will receive:

  • Six 60-minute virtual group sessions by mindfulness teacher Sue Hutton
  • Audio links to short and accessible mindfulness practice specifically for developmental services care providers
  • Digital workbooks, literature and support materials.
  • Weekly email with reminders for home practice

Participants can join in a way that is comfortable for them. Cameras and active participation are not required.