Luke's Legacy Family Research Rounds


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Luke’s Legacy Family Research Rounds is a component of the Family Engagement in Research Training Program organized through a partnership between CanChild and Kids Brain Health Network. The Research Rounds is a series of monthly virtual research presentations for patients and families that is designed in a family-friendly format with an interactive discussion component. Every presentation will feature a different speaker(s) who will address a particular topic or issue relevant to the lives of children/youth with disabilities and their families. The goal is to make research relevant and accessible to people whom it is about, and who contributed to it. 

Our first event will take place on January 28 (Thursday) at 7:00 PM EST. The topic of the first session is family well-being, presented by the ENVISAGE (Enabling Visions and Growing Expectations) Research team. They will be sharing their experiences with developing a virtual workshop for parents who are new to the experience of childhood disability.

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For more information, please contact Kinga Pozniak or Rae Martens: fer@mcmaster.ca