Just wanted to pass along this information from CLBC. Check it out!
On June 30th, CLBC launched Canada’s first website dedicated to educating adults with developmental disabilities and their families on how to use the Internet safely. The website, <http://www.icanbesafeonline.com>, is a plain language visual resource
that provides tips, videos, stories, a quiz and a blog on Internet safety to the individuals CLBC supports. The website has a section specifically for families and people who work closely with the people we support so they can learn what risks may exist online, and what they can do to make sure that people using the Internet are being safe. We invite you to visit the site and share the link with anyone who may be
interested. A link for the site will also be available on the front page of the CLBC website.
The annual KRACL conference is in Nelson this year and is full of interesting educational and networking opportunities. Check out the brochure here and email Pat, Jackie or Brian if you’re interested in attending.
Just wanted to pass along some information on STEPS Forward : BC Initiative for Inclusive Post-Secondary Education.
From their Website:
STEPS Forward is a family-driven organization founded to ensure that people with developmental disabilities are included as students in the academic and social life of colleges and universities of British Columbia.
Click here to access their website.
It’s that time of year again….longer days, springtime flowers, plenty of sunshine and more time outdoors.
Just a reminder to stay “Sun Safe” while you’re out there in the fresh air!
Take a moment to check out this link. Some information on why sun safety is so important.
If you notice on the right we have upcoming events listed for Community Support in Kelowna. If you click here you can go to our online calendar that has all of the events in the month. Please let us know if there’s anything you like to see us do and pass along any suggestions you might have. Thanks!
CLBC recently put on a workshop regarding RDSP’s. A number of CCSS employees were in attendance and have shared some of the documentation with us. Click here to view the newsletter. Click here to view a PDF version of a power point presentation. Thanks Leola, Shannon, Susan and Ken for passing this information along.
Our team here at Community Connections has been doing some information gathering and will be doing some training around issues surrounding Diabetes. We would like to pass along some of that information to you….
Please check out the new section under Health and Safety for links to information related to Diabetes and let us know if we can provide you with any other materials about Diabetes.
Hey everyone…! This is where we’re going to hang out on the web. Look here for events info, ideas for new things to see and do in Kelowna, the West and East Kootenays as well as pictures and stories about the things we’ve done. Please feel free to reply to posts and be a part of the new site. It’s yours!