Please join us for our annual Circle Ceremonies and new grad celebration! This year, we will host our own catered high tea in the party room at Venessa’s condo. Space is limited so please RSVP by providing payment on the appropriate Paypal widget (located to the right of this post) in a timely manner. Please note that this event is open to members in good standing as well as the members we will be honouring including new grads, silver, golden and 5 year alumnae. Please find details below;
Date: Saturday April 30th, 2016
Time: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: Party Room at 18 Harrison Garden Blvd (Yonge & Sheppard)
Parking: Visitor parking is available on the street or underground visitor parking is available at the building. If you plan to park underground, the lot is on the Left hand side of the building. Please contact Venessa (firstname.lastname@example.org) ahead of time with your car details (Make/Model/Colour/Year/Plate number) so she can have a parking pass issued for you.
TTC: Sheppard station use the South exit and walk South on Yonge. Turn Left at Avondale (You will see Starbucks at the corner). Turn Right at Harrison Garden Blvd. Turn right after you pass the Rabba. (The building is directly next to Carrie’s for those of you who have been there for previous events)
Pricing: Free for new grads and $15 for all other attendees
Dear Tri Delta Sisters,
I’m really excited to announce that I’m crowdfunding an update to my 2012 book Concussion Is Brain Injury! I want to make it better for readers. I want to enrich and enhance it with ground-breaking new sections that challenge the status quo, sections on the raw reality of relationships, the truth about our emotions, my thoughts on CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), faith after injury, rehabilitating reading in the knowledge economy, and a promising new treatment that I kickstarted.
To that end, I need your help to fund the services I need to bring this book to readers. The funds raised through PubLaunch – a crowdfunding site designed specifically for authors and readers – will go towards professional editing, a new exciting cover design, better packaging, and a robust marketing campaign. In return for your generous support, I have set up some great rewards for you, including prints of my original photography, special edition hardcover copies, and copies of my previous books.
The target of $11,000 will cover all expenses. Won’t you join me in making this second edition happen? Please click the link to check out the campaign: http://www.publaunch.com/campaigns/concussion-brain-injury
If you have any questions about my book or PubLaunch, please ask in the comments section. I greatly appreciate your support, and I look forward to continuing to help, educate, and inspire my readers. Thank you!
“Even though I worked with children who had brain injuries I found myself failing to understand some of Shireen’s frustrations and struggles and that is why I jumped at the chance to read her book. The book is a must read for ANY PROFESSIONAL who works [with] adults or children with brain injuries. It gives you the prospective [sic] of how frustrating our system can be and the lack of hope most professionals give to people with brain injuries.” Nancy Howson on Facebook