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Registration is open for the CASASC Parent Support Group.

If you are the parent(s) of an existing client or client on the CASASC wait-list, you are welcome to join in the CASASC Parent Support Group. The group meets every third Monday from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

For more information or to register call 403-340-1124 or email CASASC@casasc.ca.

International Women’s Day

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“The International Women’s Day is a Reflection not a Celebration”

We want to create awareness and give everyone a chance to reflect on those women that were murdered and the ones that are still missing.

The empty shoes were once filled by women and children that filled our lives with love, happiness, and joy. In their absence, we need to reflect on their lives.

Take a moment to join us in reflection. We will be at Parkland Mall on March 8th, 2017 (International Women’s Day) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We will have our display in the old Sport Check.

Hope to see you there!


CASASC is Drumming up Wellness – Drum Circle

Drum Circle Dog

Our drum circle will begin once again on July 13th.

Time: 5:30 pm

Location: Bunn Building – #203 4820 Gaetz Ave.

Contact us at…  Phone: 403.340.1124 or Email: casasc@casasc.ca

Some great quotes:

“If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.” Henry David Thoreau,

Current Research is now verifying the therapeutic effects of ancient rhythm techniques. Recent Research reviews indicate that drumming accelerates physical healing, boosts of the immune system and produces feelings of well-being, a release of emotional trauma, and reintegration of self.

Drum therapy is an ancient approach that uses rhythm to promote healing and self-expression. From the Shamans of Mongolia to the Minianka healers of West Africa, therapeutic rhythm techniques have been used for thousands of years to create and maintain physical, mental, and spiritual health.

Drumming up Wellness: click here

Hospital Therapeutic Drum Circles: click here

The Benefits of Drumming; Project Resiliency: click here

Stay tuned for more info!