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February 11th 2014:Horses Help Canada and Wounded Warriors

Jane Saundercook is the Founder and President of Horses Help Canada, http://horseshelpcanada.com/, a non-profit orgnization which provides horsemanship-on-the-ground workshops for youth living with autism. Philip Ralph, CD, is the Regimental Chaplain to the 32 Combat Engineer Regiment in Toronto and National Program Director, Wounded Warriors Canada, http://www.woundedwarriors.ca/. They talk about their lives, careers and experience with family caregiving. They describe their work with Horses Help Canada and Wounded Warriors Canada and their collaborations. They discuss the types of mental hea

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Jane Saundercook

Jane Saundercook graduated in Political Science from McMaster University, is an experienced paralegal, and possesses a certification in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Mother of 3, she’s a volunteer with the Durham Autism Society, and a passionate advocate with 10 years’ of research for funding and therapy opportunities for at-risk youth with special needs, with learning disabilities and mental illness. She’s the Founder and President of Horses Help Canada, http://horseshelpcanada.com/, a non-profit organization providing horsemanship-on-the-ground workshops for youth living with autism, Asperger syndrome and attention deficit disorders, or who have experienced trauma. Horses Help Canada is
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Philip C. Ralph

Philip C. Ralph, CD, is National Program Director, Wounded Warriors Canada, http://www.woundedwarriors.ca/. Since its founding in 2006 he’s served in various capacities, including Chair for two years. As Program Director he oversees the implementation of a robust slate of programming benefiting Veterans. He serves the Canadian Forces as the Regimental Chaplain to the 32 Combat Engineer Regiment in Toronto. He’s passionate about for helping today’s Veterans towards wholeness and healing. He’s served as Directing Staff at the Canadian Force Chaplains School and Centre. He’s also served as the Senior Chaplain at Blackdown Cadet Training Centre supervising his staff as they cared for a Camp of 3
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