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Kelowna, BC V1X 3B1
Hey everyone, there is a free webinar/workshop being offered by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) on June 2nd about the importance of practicing self-care as a caregiver – check it out and pass it on!
…courtesy of the Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks! Brought to you by CBC news and John Cleese (via Twitter).
In a park in Ottawa ( Probably Canada, although there’s no ’Sorry’ at the end ) pic.twitter.com/J6Hp48eYzh— John Cleese (@JohnCleese) April 9, 2020
Hey everyone, here is the link to the Province of BC webpage all about Managing COVID-19 Stress, Anxiety & Depression. There are 5 strategies recommended to help people cope and support one another:
The website also has great resources available and linked with each strategy. Check it out!
Just a reminder as we head into the weekend…you are appreciated! Take care and be well.
Hey everyone, the Ministry of Health has issued updated guidance about essential visits to support individuals with disabilities while in the hospital. If a visit is deemed “essential,” then it is permitted.
Hey everyone, a big thanks to our friends at COPCS for the following resource:
Are you a Caregiver and Feeling Anxious? Online Group Chat with Anne!
These can be scary times! Are you a parent or support worker caring for a person with an intellectual disability and would like to talk about your worries? Using our smartphones or computers, we’ll all “Zoom” (talk together) about anxiety and supporting ourselves and someone else during these Covid times.
When: Wednesday mornings at 10:00—11:00 on May 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2020.
To join: Email Anne at email@example.com for referral and instructions.
Hosted by: Anne Halas, Training Facilitator with Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Services.
Workers at the 32nd Street Tim Hortons in Vernon videotaped a dance salute to frontline health care workers — we can all support frontline workers by staying at least 2m apart!
Stay safe and healthy!