Hey everyone, check out this free online training offered by the Family Support Institute:
Family Support Institute of BC is inviting you to join us for the myBooklet BC zoom session presented by Lydia Kang – the creator of myBooklet BC. Lydia will introduce and showcase the exciting myBooklet BC updates and upgrades coming soon.
If you want to learn how to create a personalized “All About Me booklet” for/with individuals with diverse abilities and their families, this session is for you!
Details of the zoom sessions: If you have any questions, please contact Lydia Kang via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-862-6807.
Hey everyone, PivotPoint’s groups and activities are open for registration. They are offering a variety of activities and groups both online and in person (in some regions), including fitness, art, cooking, video games, dance, outdoor adventures, novel studies, and creative writing. Learn more on their group activities page, or visit their calendar page to register. Autism Funding can be applied to any of the groups.
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.
Hey everyone, there is a free webinar later today called “Community Living in Isolation: Responding to COVID-19.” You can check out details and register here.
This webinar is presented in partnership with CLBC and the BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA). Panelists will be considering what Community Living looks like in a pandemic, when access to community is limited, and also discussing how the Community Living and housing sectors are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hey everyone, it’s Emergency Preparedness Week from May 3-9 in the Central Okanagan!
As we are heading into fire and flood season, we thought we would share some great resources from CORD Emergency Operations including Flooding Preparedness, getting FireSmart, and information from the Province! They also have an option to sign up for their email updates.