https://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.png00REISAhttps://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.pngREISA2019-04-05 17:53:502019-04-05 17:53:52Executive Director- Almage Senior Community Centre
https://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.png00REISAhttps://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.pngREISA2018-05-18 18:00:192018-05-18 18:00:19Internship/ Volunteer Position
https://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.png00REISAhttps://www.reisa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Reisa-Logo-Favicon.pngREISA2018-05-16 18:06:162018-05-16 18:06:16Volunteer Opportunity- Almage Senior Community Centre
8370 Lacordaire Boulevard, suite 312
Saint Leonard, Quebec H1R 3Y6
In September, REISA will be piloting an eight-week program with LIFT Director Jonathan Sbrollini at Laurier Macdonald high school. The program aims to equip youth with healthy habits in order to achieve high levels of well-being. Psycho-social education and practical learning will be animated by experts including a yoga teacher, osteopath and nutritionist. We are excited!
LIFT "Open up and show them who I am". At Camp LIFT our duty is to create sustainable and solid relationships based on trust. We want our participants to be as real as it gets and 100% authentic. _________________________________________
"M'ouvrir à eux et leur montrer qui je suis". Au Camp LIFT notre devoir est de créer des liens de confiance solides et surout durables avec les jeunes. Nous voulons leur permettre d'être totalement eux-mêmes et 100% authentiques. ...
We would like to thank everyone who came out to our AGM held last Wednesday, June 28th. Last but not least, a thank you to our dynamic and accomplishing Board of Directors, featured in the photo below. Please visit the following link for our Annual report of activities: www.reisa.ca/reisas-annual-report-2016-2017/...
Children under 5 years old are exposed to more screens than ever before, including televisions, computers, gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets. Young children learn best from face-to-face interactions with caring adults. It’s best to