KELOWNA – Office:
275 Rutland Road North
Kelowna, BC V1X 3B1
Hey everyone, just because we are staying home and staying safe doesn’t mean we can’t create our own artistic fun! Today’s social distancing reminder is brought to us by The Phoenix Chamber Choir via CBC, especially for all of you Bohemian Rhapsody fans out there. Thanks to Brian for sharing this one!
Hey everyone, please remember to keep at least 2m (6ft) away from others while we are practising social distancing. Follow Waldo’s example!
Hey everyone, Brian found this fantastic video on YouTube – some creative (and crazy!) ideas for when you’re bored at home.
Keep on social distancing!
Please see the file below for the bulletin from the Provincial Health Officer for Social Service Settings.
….Jackie found this and we thought it would be great to share.
Be well and stay safe!
Here’s some information specific to disability supports and income assistance during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
Hey everyone, it is more important than ever that we protect ourselves and others by staying a 2m distance away.
Staying active is important for everyone to be healthy, too! Just because you’re “social distancing” doesn’t mean you can’t participate. Some fitness businesses are streaming classes online for free.
There are many fun and active things to do that connect us safely with others – like calling up a friend and putting on some music to dance or sing to! Why not belt out a tune, or get up and boogie the next time you’re on FaceTime?
Hey everyone, Castanet is reporting that the B.C. government is increasing the monthly amount that people on income and disability assistance receive to help them with COVID-19.
If you are not eligible for the federal government’s emergency support programs, or if you are a low-income senior, you will get an automatic $300 monthly for three months starting this month (April). Benefits will not be reduced for those who qualify for the $2,000 Canada Emergency Response Benefit.