ROCK Event Registration
Many of our ROCK programs offer numerous events year-round for parents and caregivers, youth, and children, including:
- virtual and in-person drop-ins;
- in-person events;
- one-time workshops; and
- workshop series.
Click on each “Book Online” button below the program to see what they are currently offering, and to sign up for an event.
Danielle’s Place offers a range of groups for female-identifying and non-binary youth ages 8-16. These groups support individuals who have been identified as being at risk of an eating disorder diagnosis and may be struggling with low self-esteem, body image concerns, dieting behaviors, over-exercise, negative self-talk, etc.
EarlyON provides a welcoming and inclusive space for all children, ages birth to six years, and their families to participate in programs on-site, virtually, and outdoors.
To access all EarlyON programs, please register for a membership at www.keyon.ca.
To view the EarlyON calendar, click here. Please use the drop-down menu on the calendar to view other locations.
Early Years Family Services promotes resilience, attachment, and positive infant, child, and family functioning through caregiver and parent education. Together, ROCK, families, and caregivers will focus on family-capacity building, learn new skills, navigating challenges, and reflection on successes while learning about infant and children’s mental health prevention and intervention strategies.
Foundational Family Services are parent workshops intended to empower caregivers with the knowledge and skills to help support their child with Autism. Foundational Family Services are free for those registered for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP). Please have your OAP Reference Number available before registering.
Queer@ROCK provides prevention-based programming and supports for 2SLGBTQIA+ children, youth, and families through ROCK. The goal for Queer@ROCK is to focus on supporting access to safer spaces, while building self-esteem, creating opportunities for connection to community, and focus on feeling affirmed and seen.
ROCK Hubs operate from two locations in Burlington, and aim to remove barriers for clients by creating a centre where families can gain access to multiple supports and services in one place.