MONTREAL, April 29 /CNW Telbec/ - September 3, 2009, Easter Seals Quebec
is organizing a "unique Team Building" activity at Parc Jean Drapeau.
Solidarity and fraternity will be the order of the day and will set the pace
for the disabled children of Quebec.
Veritable teamwork catalyst, the Easter Seals Challenge combines cohesion
workshops and a series of dragon-boat races which will enable to put into
practice the advice of the instructors in a festive atmosphere. In addition to
strengthening the bond between employees, it is a unique opportunity to revive
communication, co-operation, efficiency, teamwork, as well as the individual
performance of team members while contributing to the well-being of children
with special needs.
Easter Seals Quebec is a proud partner of the Quebec Society for Disabled
Children. These prominent organizations share 135 years of advocacy for the
rights and quality of life of children with disabilities. Thanks to their
dedication, children who live with a disability and their family have access
to daily state-of-the art programs that favour their integration into the
community: this includes stimulating programs, respite services and access to
summer camps tailored to their needs.
Your work team is sailing on calm waters? On your marks, get set...
paddle for the Easter Seals children!
You can register online at www.defitimbresdepaques.com.
For information: 514 937-6171, ext. 236
For further information:
For further information: Diane Malo, Co-ordinator of Communications,
Quebec Society for Disabled Children, Easter Seals Quebec, (514) 937-6171,
ext. 224, email@example.com