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This program is for adults 50+ who want to make a difference by bringing joy, laughter, and fun into the lives of long-term care residents. This unique, hands-on program trains volunteers to bring cheer to residents in long-term care homes. Caring Clown courses offer playful exercises, informative discussions, and skill-building activities that develop imagination, spontaneity, and musicality. In addition, working closely with long-term care homes, a practicum provides an opportunity for the Caring Clown to gain experience.
For further information about this course series, please visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/caringclown. For general information, contact email@example.com or 416.979.5103.
Those who successfully complete this course series are eligible to earn a Recognition of Completion from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education.
Caring Clown I
Caring Clown II
Caring Clown Practicum
These courses give experienced Caring Clowns the opportunity to further develop their learning and professional skills; however, they are not required for the Caring Clown Recognition of Completion. Please be aware that not all courses are schedule every academic year; check the individual courses for up-to-date scheduling.
Strengthen Your Clown Character
Clowning Into the World of the Other
Music Therapy and Caring Clown
The Joy of Dance
Opening to the Expressive Body
The Joy of Failure
Awakening New Possibilities