Category: Présentation

Artefact Evaluation: Capponi’s Journey

Artefact Evaluation: Capponi’s Journey Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-Class; Online Pat Capponi’s story depicts her boarding house journey as one from dislocation to empathy to activism. Students can explore a similar journey and develop empathic critical thinking skills and a set of ideas for a successful job interview at the same time.  Directing students to all …

Artefact Evaluation: Asking for Funding

Artefact Evaluation: Asking for Funding Time: 30 minutes Mode: In class; Online In September 2015, the Gallery Gachet Collective learned that their primary source of operational funding, the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (the regional health) cutting all financial assistance to the organization.  After students have viewed the Gachet video, share news of this decision with …

Artefact Evaluation: Values Line

Artefact Evaluation: Edmond – Values Line Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online The different aspects of this set of resources (the text, the audio clips and the documents) all speak to the importance of housing for people with psychiatric diagnoses and the role that it played in the life and death of Edmond Yu. At …

Artefacts: Food Self-Guided

Artefacts: Food at PARC – Self Guided Learning Timing: 15 Minutes Mode: In-class; Online Hunger and lack of good food are a daily reality for many PARC members, for few have access to cooking facilities at home and many cannot buy a month’s groceries on limited disability payments.  So it is no surprise that food …

Artefact Evaluation: Art Multi-Purpose

Artefact Evaluation: Art at PARC – Multi-Purpose Timing: 30 Minutes Mode: In-Class; Online PARC’s mission statement is: “A community where people rebuild their lives.” The PARC model of practice positions members as citizens (as opposed to mental health patients) and the organization serves the very necessary function of providing a positive space for healthy living and …