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Family and Friends Back to School Open Houses

Posted on August 25, 2015 ,
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Is your family new to the Eaton Arrowsmith, Magnussen or Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre community? Or, have you always wanted to learn more about us but haven’t had the opportunity to visit? We’re opening our doors to you and your family during the first week of September as we host back to school open houses at all of our schools and centres. See site specific information below and register for this fun filled event for all ages.Bring a friend! Try out the Arrowsmith cognitive exercises, meet our new and returning staff members, ask questions of our administrative staff, and enjoy some treats. Come and discover why families speak so highly of our community. We can’t wait to see you!

 

EAS/EA Adults Redmond
Wednesday September 2nd 12-2pm (12-1pm – update regarding changes at EAS/EA Adults Redmond for the coming year; 1-2pm Open House)
https://familyandfriendsopenhouseredmond.eventbrite.ca

 

EAS White Rock

 

EA Adults Vancouver Thursday September 3rd 11am-1pm
https://familyandfriendsopenhouseEA Adultsvan.eventbrite.ca

 

EAS Vancouver/Magnussen School
Thursday September 3rd 12-3pm  (12-1pm – Mike Campagne, President of Disability Tax Services presents: Financing Educational Opportunities for Students with Learning Disabilities; 1-3pm – Open House)

 

EAS/EA Adults Victoria
Thursday September 3rd 1-3pm
https://familyandfriendsopenhousevic.eventbrite.caEA Adults West Vancouver
Friday September 4th 11am-1pm
https://familyandfriendsopenhouseEA Adultswv.eventbrite.ca* Tickets still available for Psycho-Educational Assessment Demystification, presented by Sarah Howard, Director of Mosaic Education Solutions, August 27th 6:30-7:30pm at EAS Vancouver/Magnussen!  
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