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Title

Chain of Life

Age
15-17
Grade(s)
10-12
School Program
Language Arts
Healthy Living
Social Responsibility
Workshop
Teacher's Guide
Curricula
Civics
Video
Educational Program
Description
Chain of Life is a comprehensive school-based ESL and English Language Arts program with a mission to educate youth ages 15–17 about organ and tissue donation. Developed in the province of Quebec, Chain of Life may be suitable for adapting in other jurisdictions.
Title

One Life... Many Gifts

Age
15-18
Grade(s)
10-12
Curricula
Educational Program
Lesson Plan
Language Arts
Science
Civics
Social Responsibility
Biology
Miscellaneous
School Program
Teacher's Guide
Description
One Life...Many Gifts is a curriculum resource to educate senior secondary school students about the vital importance of organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Though developed in Ontario, these materials may be suitable for use in other regions.
Title

Film: Heart & Sole - the Dylan Kalambay story

Age
11-18+
Grade(s)
5-12+
Video
Miscellaneous
Presentation
Event
Speakers
Civics
Social Responsibility
Description
Thanks to the generosity of an organ donor and their family, Dylan received a life-saving heart transplant. In September of 2021, after a long and challenging recovery, Dylan stepped back onto the court in his last year of high school at Ridley College to pursue his dream of obtaining a Division 1 scholarship and becoming the first player ever to do so with a donated heart. We are grateful to Dylan and his family for sharing their journey and for recognizing the great need for raising awareness about the powerful impact of organ donation and encouraging families to learn about and talk about this life-saving gift.

This short film was produced by Game Seven Media in association with Ridley College.

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