Around a dozen of selected student’s at SAIT struggling with autism, social anxiety and other factors inhibiting their social skills and ability are meeting with psychologist Barbara Patterson.
Thousands gathered holding lit lanterns in Calgary for the Light the Night walk to raise funds and awareness for blood cancer and their patients. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada has been holding the annual event for the past eight years, and has 11 official walks across Canada.
While there hasn’t been an official outbreak of the flu this year, some Calgarians have been experiencing symptoms since early September. As a result, SAIT Health Services will begin offering flu shots starting Oct. 24, 2016.
Every Thursday is video game day for SAITSA Support Centre, which brings a lot of attention to students striving for stress relief.