Date(s) - January 20, 2015
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Workshop description: Have you ever wondered what Social Role Valorization (SRV) is all about? This one day workshop will introduce participants to this very powerful theory, one which has great relevance for how human services are structured.
SRV is a theory about the relationship between the social roles that people have and the way they will be treated in society. We know that certain groups are routinely devalued in our society and that those who are devalued are often treated poorly. SRV contends that enabling and supporting those who are devalued or at risk of devaluation to have valued social roles increases the likelihood that they will have access to more of the good things of life.
This workshop explores the processes by which certain groups of people become devalued within society, the impact this has on their lives, what we mean by valued social roles and how promoting these can make a difference.
The workshop is intended for family members, board members, human service workers and managers, advocates, and citizens who are interested in improving the life conditions of people who are devalued as a result of disability, poverty, homelessness, age, etc.
While not a substitute for the four day SRV workshop offered by SOTG, this brief workshop will certainly provide much food for thought.
Presenters: Members of the Southern Ontario Training Group
Format: This workshop is taught in lecture format, with extensive use of Power Points and photographs. It includes time for audience discussion and questions.
Cost: The tuition is $90.00 per registrant which includes handouts and lunch. A reduced tuition of $30.00 is available for family members and students.
To Register: Complete the form below and along with your tuition cheque please mail to:
Amanda Fenlong, Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement
2495 Parkedale Ave., Unit #4, Brockville ON K6V 3H2
For Information: Contact Amanda Fenlong at 613-345-4092 or by email: email@example.com