Tobias House Attendant Services (Access to Shelter Project) and Wen-do women’s Self Deffence is offering Self Protection Skills for Women with Mobility Disabilities and Women with who are Blind/Low Vision.
This 8-week course is an opportunity to discover ways to use your body, your wheelchair or other assistive devices as powerful protection tools to defend yourself.
We will also discuss strategies that address outdoor and indoor safety.
We reinforce the positive aspects of the way that women are currently dealing with the threat and fear of violence in our lives. We do not issue a list of do’s and don’t’s, but share information to encourage self trust and success!
This course is fun and powerful!
We are offering an evening and an afternoon course starting in September 2005. Spaces are limited so register early!!
To register please call: Fran Odette at 416-968-3422 Ext. 30
Attendant Services are available upon request – Light refreshments provided. AFTERNOON COURSE Mondays from 1:00 – 4:00pm
Starting September 12 till Nov.7, 2005
25 Elm Street – at Dundas – 2nd floor
2 blocks North of Dundas Subway stop
EVENING COURSE Tuesdays from 6:00 – 9:00pm
Starting: September 6 till Nov. 1, 2005
The Anne Johnston Health Station
2398 Yonge Street – Yonge and Eglinton area
2 ½ blocks North of Eglinton Subway
WEN-DO WOMEN’S SELF DEFENCE is a registered charity since 1972.
The National Crime Prevention Strategy generously supports this project.