Caregiver Webinar Series: Cultural Perspectives on Caregiving: Part 2

Join Dr. Adriana Shnall, PhD, as she continues the conversation of Cultural Perspectives in Caregiving with featured panelists, University of Toronto graduate students from Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work: Marina Thalassinos, Kerion Joinville and Jamie-Leigh LeTourneau. Part II of this series will explore ways in which we can honour our cultural backgrounds and the relationships we have in care, whilst balancing the modern expectations of work/life demands. This webinar aims to provide valuable insights and practical tools to enhance communication skills, navigate the modern expectations of work/life demands, and strengthen relationships in caregiving settings.

Caregiver Webinar Series: Cultural Perspectives on Caregiving

Join us to explore how Indigenous, African-Caribbean, and European perspectives uniquely shape the landscape of caregiving. Hear from Master of Social Work students from the University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash School of Social Work, as they provide insights into the traditions influencing care. Topics of discussion include traditional healing practices, familial dynamics, and community-based support systems, offering a glimpse into the cultural nuances that shape caregiving experiences. This webinar aims to deepen your understanding of the various ways communities provide care, cultivating a more compassionate and inclusive space for dialogue and exploration.