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SAVTI - Successful Academic and Vocational Transition Initiative

In 2002, POGO created Successful Academic and Vocational Transition Initiative (SAVTI) to assist childhood cancer survivors who, as a result of their disease and/or treatment, have developed learning difficulties that interfere with the achievement of their educational and career goals. SAVTI helps facilitate a smoother transition from high school by supporting and advising survivors about appropriate education and employment goals and assisting with job search for the unemployed. For those individuals 16 years or older and a survivor of childhood cancer,SAVTI may be able to help.

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Contact Information:

Toronto / Hamilton

Barb Williams
SAVTI Counsellor
Ph: (416) 592-1232 Ext. 244
Fax: (416) 592-1304
Email: bwilliams@pogo.ca
Hamilton Health Sciences Centre

London

Lori Otte
SAVTI Counsellor
Ph: (519) 685-8500 Ext. 52527
Fax: (519) 685-8393
Email: lori.otte@lhsc.on.ca
London Health Sciences Centre

Ottawa & Kingston

Sarah Brandon
SAVTI Counsellor
Ph: (613) 737-7600 Ext.3495
Fax: (613) 738-4828
Email: Brandon@cheo.on.ca
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario


SAVTI Manual

This guide was developed by POGO to support professionals in the educational, medical and vocational counselling fields who work with survivors of childhood cancer.

 

 

(1.1 MB)


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(1.4 MB)


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Companion Manual

This guide is a companion publication to our other manual. It provides information on three additional populations with similarities to survivors of childhood cancer; existing material from the original manual is augmented with information on the three groups.
 


(1.5 MB)


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(2.3 MB)


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