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Events
 
  • The Drop-In welcomes young people ages 12 and up and their friends.
    April 4, 2017
  • Mothers of current/active ErinoakKids clients are invited to join our bi-weekly discussion groups.
    April 6, 2017
  • Come out and try bikes and trikes for all ages!
    April 6, 2017
  • Learn how to define behaviour
    April 6, 2017

VIP visitors at ErinoakKids

April 01, 2014
In March we were honoured to host separate visits from Alex Bezzina, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS), and our new MCYS Regional Director Wendy Nelson.
Bridge Fewtrell, ErinoakKids President & CEO with lex Bezzina, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Children and Youth Services


(L-R): Sarah Pilskalnietis, Senior Autism Consultant; Vikki Ireland, Instructor Therapist, Autism Services; Bridget Fewtrell, President & CEO; Meeta Bains, Board Chair; Christine Jenkins, Instructor Therapist, Autism Services; Alex Bezzina, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS); and Pauline Eaton, Vice President, Autism Services


Wendy Nelson, MCYS Regional Director, with an ErinoakKids client


(L-R): Diane Teixeira, Instructor Therapist, Autism Services; Pauline Eaton, Vice President, Autism Services; Jamie Sutherland, ErinoakKids Board Vice Chair; Vikki Ireland, Instructor Therapist, Autism Services; Wendy Nelson, MCYS Regional Director; John Eckensviller, MCYS Program Manager; and Patty Bingham, MCYS Program Supervisor; with ErinoakKids clients
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Did you know that the three smallest bones in the human body are in the ear and are called the stapes (stirrup), incus (anvil) and malleus (hammer)? The stapes is the smallest of the three bones, and is just 3.3 millimetres long in the average person. It is a tiny stirrup-shaped bone, and is known as the "stirrup." It is also the lightest bone in the body.

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