Saturday, November 26
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Have you ever wondered how clutter makes us feel and affects our daily lives? How does clutter affect relationships with family, friends and ourselves? If you want to find out why we hold onto things and why we should declutter, this is a great workshop for you!
Join Corey Anderson, the Owner and Manager of Organize My Space Kelowna as she talks about decluttering your home. For 17 years she worked as an Office Manager and Administrative Assistant for both large and small corporations. It was her responsibility to managed all of the daily operations of a busy office from filing, office manuals and organizing supplies. On her own time, she studied Interior Decorating with the Vancouver School Board and discovered the career of Professional Organizing. She has been in her own business since 2017 and has helped countless number of people de-clutter and organize their homes. She also is happy to help clients with Autism or other diversabilities.
Corey will cover topics such as: releasing the past, memories and trauma; different types of clutter (physical, digital, emotional); decluttering your mind; how organization helps us; and useful tips and inspiration to get the ball rolling.
This is a fantastic workshop for anyone and we invite adults age 19 and older with Autism (ASD) or a diversability (disability) from across the province to register and attend this valuable workshop.
The Okanagan Self-Advocate Group in Kelowna is inviting everyone across British Columbia to join and attend our series of eight fantastic guest speakers who will enrich your lives with their wonderful, educational workshop. This is one of eight workshops we are offering FREE across B.C.
To register or for more information, contact Linda Youmans, Okanagan Self-Advocate Group Advisor
Phone: 1 (778) 478-3436