Chris W’s and David W’s crew went a floating down the Slocan River for a team day of singing, relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. Way to go Viv P, Norman R, Cam M, Chris W and Brenda C. and friends what a team!!!
Come hang out with us! For Kelowna folk, we’re having an open house on October 9; For Kootenay folk, we’re hoping to see you during the week of October 20- 23.We are hosting some networking and support events in the West and East Kootenays that will include an introduction to Mandt non-violent crisis intervention training (thanks Vern R) and information about the healthy and safety program at Community Connections Support Services (thanks Viv P).
It will be a great opportunity to connect with everyone for support, networking and to celebrate what we do, for all the information on dates, etc., please check out the poster. See you soon!
Just wanted to pass this along, it’s a workshop on RDSPs facilitated by PLAN Okanagan. The details are here: Penticton Sept 25, 2014 RDSP and Wills, Trust, Estate Planning
A map to the workshop is here: Penticton OC campus map
Registration details are in the first link.
Just letting you know that there is another opportunity to spend some time with Dr. Robert Schalock, he is going to be at
CLBC (CPD office) update: Kelowna Library Branch (1380 Ellis Street Kelowna, BC – North/South Meeting Room) between 6: 30 and 8 PM on October 6, 2014.
Dr. Schalock’s bio: Dr. Robert Schalock is an expert in the area of Quality of Life. He has been involved in the field of intellectual disabilities for 40 years. He is a Professor Emeritus of Hastings College in Nebraska where he chaired the Psychology Department and directed Cognitive behavior research from 1967 to 2000. He is widely published and an international speaker and consultant in the areas of quality of life, program development and service delivery systems.
Have you checked this out? Aaron and spectrum society have put together an incredible set of resources about planning and making friends. Recommended reading:
Check it out!
This FREE event is an opportunity for families of children &
youth with special needs to connect in a relaxed social
environment and to obtain information about the various
resources available to them in the community. NEW this year
will be live entertainment and an opportunity to try out a
variety of different recreational activities.
Please see the attached poster for all the info: 2014 family invitation
We’re hosting a free BBQ with our friends at TIER and Pathways Ability Society on August 20, 2014 at Rutland Centennial Park from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm for you, your family and caregiver(s). Please RSVP with your Community Support Worker.
Hope to see you there!