November 19 is International Day for People Impacted by Suicide Loss (IDPISL) also known as International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day (ISOSLD). In recognition of this day, The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention [CASP] will host “We Remember Them: A Conversation with Carol Todd”.
Carol Todd is the mother of Amanda Todd, who died by suicide after years of bullying and cyberstalking. With great courage and perseverance, Carol founded the Amanda Todd Legacy Society, which works to create awareness about bullying, internet safety, mental health and suicide. Carol will share her story of suicide loss and healing, as well as reflections on her advocacy work and quest for justice for her daughter. There will also be a brief Q & A period following the conversation and the event will close with a candle lighting and reading.
The goal of this event is to bring those impacted by suicide loss can find comfort, remember loved ones, and share stories of loss, healing, and hope.
Date: Saturday November 19, 2022
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (Toronto time zone)
This is a FREE virtual, online event via ZOOM being held in English. This event is live and will not be recorded or distributed after the event.