Much has been written on PAS (parent alienation syndrome). Sadly there have been no studies on GAS (Grandparent alienation syndrome) yet we know there are thousands of grandparents effected and suffering in silence.
Approximately three months ago Brian Jacues – a retired Canadian Auto Workers union local 127l worker experienced the heartbreak of being denied access to his grandchildren.
Brian located CANGRANDS and has been working with myself as well a group called Not All Dads Are Deadbeats to bring you a free public seminar on the topic of Grandparents rights. This unique event will take place on January 27th 2010 at the CAW hall in Chatham Ontario at 7 p.m.
on Jan. 27th 2010
at the Canadian Auto Workers hall at 280 Merritt Ave. Chatham, Ontario
at 7 pm – 9 pm
Featured speakers will be:
Brian Jacues – New to the experienced the heartbreak of being denied access to his grandchildren.
Betty Cornelius – Founder of CANGRANDS NATIONAL KINSHIP ww.cangrands.com
Dave Flook – President of Not All Dads Are Deadbeats http://www.notalldadsaredeadbeats.com/
Kim Craitor has been invited (not confirmed)
Join us to discuss the need for increased rights for Grandparents with regards to access and involvment with their Grandchildren. Far too often Grandparents face difficulties when seeking access to their own family members. During this event we will be outlining these issues and will be providing support and
practical solutions to help overcome these hurdles.
We also be promoting Bill 33 which is an amendment to the Children’s Law Reform Act that recognizes the role of Grandparents and their right to proper access of Grandchildren.
Everyone is welcome to attend and please pass this onto others as well.
For more information contact:
Betty Cornelius Founder of CANGRANDS NATIONAL KINSHIP www.cangrands.com
RR# 1 Mc Arthurs Mills, Ontario, K0L2M0 613-474-0035
Dave Flook President of Not All Dads Are
firstname.lastname@example.org 519- 380 – 0635