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Volunteering

The participants and staff at Vista Centre Brain Injury Services have been very fortunate over the years to have a small, but dedicated group of people who volunteer on a regular basis to assist us with enhancing the quality of life for people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury. By being a friend to someone, maintaining our website, serving on our board, a committee or by helping raise much needed funds, volunteers help us strengthen our programs by offering new and creative ideas, special skills and offering a genuine concern for the people in our programs.

In return, Vista Centre Brain Injury Services is committed to providing volunteers with worthwhile and challenging opportunities that match each individual's skills and interests.

Become a very important element of Vista Centre Brain Injury Services and assist us in providing quality services to our participant.

We would like to acknowledge all who take the time out of their busy lives to contribute something back to the community by saying Thank You to all our volunteers for the excellent work you provide.

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On May 13th, 2020, we were scheduled to offer our annual Compassion Fatigue Conference. An event that always provided a way for Gluckstein Lawyers to give back to the community through relevant and engaging presenters, networking opportunities and practical takeaways.
Unfortunately, this year we were unable to hold our event, needing to cancel it as part of Covid-19 social distancing requirements. We, along with our planned attendees, were all so disappointed, especially feeling like if there was ever a year where we needed come Compassion Fatigue resources and supports, this was the year.

As a way of trying to give back somehow instead of our live conference, we decided to host a virtual CF webinar with Dr. Parmjit Singh, to present to our registrants about how to manage extreme stress during a crisis.
We are happy to share that the webinar has now been uploaded to our Gluckstein Lawyers YouTube channel.

We plan to offer more webinars soon from a variety of speakers and we hope to continue providing support and resources related to Compassion Fatigue in one form or another. Stay tuned for more information!

https://www.gluckstein.com/compassion-fatigue-resources-2/

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