Mark Reyes to Present Caring for Aboriginal Children Training at the SFFA 2018 Conference
21-May-2018 - Saskatoon SK
Mark Reyes will present 'Caring for Aboriginal Children' Training at the 2018 Saskatchewan Foster Families Association Conference, Friday June 15th in Saskatoon.
Mark is a member of the Okanese First Nation and follows the traditional Cree culture. He is the husband of Barbara Reyes and father to six beautiful children. Mark was a PRIDE Consultant, Trainer for the Ministry of Social Services and the First Nation Child & Family Services Agency in Saskatchewan for close to ten years.
Presented by Mark, the Caring for Aboriginal Children training reflects the healthy mutual respect between the Aboriginal people and non-Aboriginal people of Saskatchewan derived from the Aboriginal Cultural Component document, which is a “living document” overseen by the PRIDE Cultural Committee designed to provide the structure needed to introduce the teachings of Saskatchewan Elders and Aboriginal communities to participants.
Caring for Aboriginal Children: A Cultural Curriculum, is a full-day pre-conference training event held in conjunction with the 2018 Saskatchewan Foster Families Association Conference on Friday, June 15, 2018 at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon Saskatchewan.
To register and discover more details, visit http://www.saskfosterfamilies.ca/conference