Tag Archives: Epilepsy and women

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Women’s Issues in Epilepsy

Don’t miss this dynamic workshop with guest speaker, Dr. Ginette Moores who will respond to all of your questions and concerns relating to contraception, pre-pregnancy planning, menopause, impact of medications on women, and other pertinent issues affecting women living with epilepsy.

Dr. Moores is a neurologist with expertise in women’s neurology, obstetrical neurology, epilepsy and electroencephalography (EEG). Her clinical interests have focused on the provision of sex and gender-specific neurological care with a special focus on preconception counselling and management of neurologic conditions during pregnancy.

This free online webinar is presented by the Epilepsy Toronto Adult Services Department.

Please complete this form to register.

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Employment Services: Labour Market Information

Labour Market Information (LMI) is a useful tool for career planning and researching the labour market. This workshop walks you through occupational profiles, skill and educational requirements, related careers, and other topics to help you identify the career that’s right for you!

This online workshop is presented by Epilepsy Toronto’s Employment Services Department. To receive a zoom link to join, please complete this form to register.

Communicating with Confidence

The need for strong communication skills is always in high demand by employers. And we know, many of us face additional barriers in the workplace which can impact our confidence and the way we communicate.

We want to help you develop these soft skills in the workplace with this workshop, Communicating with Confidence. This workshop will look at effective communication skills and techniques for both the workplace and in your job search.

This online workshop is presented by Epilepsy Toronto’s Employment Services Department. To receive a zoom link to join, please complete this form to register.

Sharing Work Experiences in an Interview

Do you sometimes struggle with interview questions that require a story of your work experience?

Learn how to answer questions with a relevant work-related story or tech knowledge to any question asked at a job interview. It’s all about following the job posting and creating your answers based on experience examples. Stories are a type of proof that you really do have the matching experience.

This online workshop is presented by Epilepsy Toronto’s Employment Services Department. To receive a zoom link to join, please complete this form to register.

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Communicating with Confidence for Women

The need for strong communication skills is always in high demand by employers. And we know that women face additional barriers in the workplace which can impact our confidence and the way we communicate.

So with that in mind, we want to help you develop these soft skills in the workplace with our brand new workshop, Communicating with Confidence for Women. This workshop will look at effective communication skills and techniques for both the workplace and in your job search and how we can navigate those dimensions as women.

This online workshop is presented by Epilepsy Toronto’s Employment Services Department. To receive a zoom link to join, please complete this form to register.