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Reconnect to Rebuild

Featuring Dr. Jody Carrington

Proudly Presented by: SCEP CENTRE Early Intervention & Training Services

Reconnect to Rebuild

Featuring Dr. Jody Carrington

Proudly Presented by: SCEP CENTRE Early Intervention & Training Services

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When
September 24, 2022 6:30 PM CST to 11:00 PM CST
Where
University of Regina
Education Auditorium -3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK  S4S 0A2
Silent Auction

SCEP CENTRE Building a Foundation for a Better Tomorrow

SCEP CENTRE (SCEP), a socialization, communication and education program for young children and their

families, has been serving the Regina community for over 50 years. Providing therapeutic early interventions, SCEP gives children structured, educational experiences that are developmentally-appropriate, culturally-sensitive and trauma-informed. We are often a child’s first successful experience in a structured educational setting.

 

SCEP has been a tenant within Regina Public Schools for many years, but due to enrollments increasing and space at a premium, we’ve been requested to leave our current space in the coming months. To address the

necessary changes, SCEP is launching the Building a Foundation for a Better Tomorrow $1 million Capital Campaign to help secure a permanent, sustainable home.

 

As part of its fundraising efforts, will be hosting a Reconnect to Rebuild event on September 24, 2022 featuring guest speaker Dr. Jody Carrington. This event will include a champagne reception, individual charcuterie board, dessert and keynote address by Dr. Jody Carrington. There will also be an online silent auction that will begin a few weeks prior to the event and conclude the evening of the event. All proceeds from this event and auction will go towards the Building a Foundation for a Better Tomorrow Capital Campaign.

 

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SCEP CENTRE SOCIETY
SCEP stands for Socialization, Communication and Education Program. SCEP's mandate is to provide an intensive early intervention program to support the development of children with complex needs and offer support/guidance to their caregivers. SCEP has been offering this service for 55 years and continues to be the only service of its kind in our area. From the beginning, SCEP sought to support the emotional and mental health needs of the children enrolled, many of whom had suffered early trauma, abuse, neglect, loss and other adverse childhood experiences. Enrollment at SCEP is designed to provide the child with stable therapeutic relationships to help build a strong foundation for school and to address early mental health concerns as soon as possible.
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