Plan Institute is circulating their Staying Connected Newsletter by email and they are focusing on practical tips to stay connected with others.
Check out their first 5 tips:
UPDATE (March 26): You can sign up directly for the newsletter here:
https://plan.ca/ On the right side of the page, you will see a signup box for “Special Newsletter” to fill in your information.
Hey everyone, get moving to keep fit and healthy while you have fun! There are lots of ways to stay heart-healthy at home. Check out the
March Move-It calendar shared by Special Olympics and GET MOVING!
Click here for the COVID-19 Assessment Tool : https://covid19.thrive.health/
We hope that you are staying safe and taking necessary precautions to prevent getting/ transmitting this bug.
The Province of BC has come up with this self assessment tool that you can use on yourself or others to determine your risk.
Take care of yourselves!
Check out the poster for the Discover Your Magic event at Selkirk College on March 23, looks like it’s going to be lots of fun…!
UPDATE: This event has been cancelled due to concerns about the Coronavirus concern
Here’s a video invite from Amit for the 2020 Canucks Trip – it’s gonna be a blast!
See ya out there!
Please see the attached poster for the dance at Parkinson Rec on March 6 with live band Easy Fix. Looks like a blast! And pizza too!
See you out there!
We’re doing it again… the community support crew in Kelowna is arranging a Vancouver Canucks trip to head down to Vancouver to see the ‘nucks play the Las Vegas Golden Knights.
Passing along the info for this workshop coming up January 29th on positive behaviour supports. Check out the flyer below.
Thanks to all for your patience as we have moved to two branches of our Community Support delivery: one-to-one and group services. In doing so, we hope to deliver services in ways that meet your needs better.
Thanks to Amit, Joel and Kathy (behind the scenes) who put together this excellent video that describes the groups we have going on as well as openings that we have in each of them. Please check it out below and ask your Facilitator at CLBC for more information about the groups that we have to offer and a referral if it sounds good to you!
See ya out there!
Here’s a video from Amit on what’s going on in Community Support in Kelowna this week: