What do we mean by education?
Casey House works in collaboration with community partners and plays a lead role in Toronto organizing conferences, workshops and symposiums to further our collective understanding of HIV/AIDS by augmenting service provider education.
Casey House education events are intended for service providers caring for people living with, affected by and at risk of HIV. Registration is required for our education events and space is limited, so register early. To learn more or register, email or call 416-962-4040 ext. 4009.
HIV and mental health series video library
Check out our library of recorded speakers from past events online. View videos here >>
Video teaching series
Casey House and the Rekai Centre, a long-term care facility, developed an accessible and inclusive video teaching series HIV/AIDS and Long Term Care: Compassionate care in a changing landscape for staff and volunteers working in long-term care. The videos feature the perspectives of those working with clients, people who live with HIV, their families and loved ones.
Book a Casey House speaker for your organization
Does your organization care for clients with HIV/AIDS? Casey House is committed to advancing the inter-professional education of people who provide care for others living with, affected by, or at risk of HIV.
Our speakers’ bureau is comprised of inter-professional care providers from Casey House’s inpatient and day health care programs. These experienced clinical care educators are available for talks and workshops in HIV/AIDS education at health care and educational facilities throughout greater Toronto. Contact our education development coordinator to book a speaker.