It’s my understanding that some of you have requested a form to document Doctor (or other Health Care Professional) visits regarding the people you support. We’re happy to provide you with a form that we currently use at our agency (please find under Forms – Health Care Consultation or Update). Using this form is not a requirement, but may be of some use to help you document medical visits.
We’ve added a new section with links to information about Diabetes. Please check out the ‘Health and Safety’ section under ‘Resources’ to access these links.
CLBC in collaboration with Independent Living Vernon will be offering a workshop on Saving for the Future and Registered Disability Savings Plans in Castlegar on April 6, 2011. For more information and information on how to register, please click here.
WJS will be putting on a two day workshop on Mental Health First Aid in Cranbrook beginning on June 28, 2011. Please click here for more information and please let us know if you are interested in attending.
We’ve amended our information regarding ‘Complaint Resolution’ (found in your manuals). We hope that this document is comprehensive in addressing potential conflict areas that may arise for you as Home Share Providers. Please click here to view the document and feel free to add it to your existing CCSS Home Share Provider Manual.
From their website:
South Okanagan CLBC Community Council … Invites you to participate in a discussion about supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and their families as they age. These discussions will help develop a better understanding of the varying needs, interests, and areas of concern that will impact their lives and help generate ideas on how as a community we can best support individuals with developmental disabilities and their families as they age. Discussions will also explore where partnerships and joint responses can be established to address the needs and interests of ageing people eligible for CLBC services.
To view the flyer on this event and for more information, please click here.
We wanted to pass along some information regarding travel and some sites that can help you reduce fair.
“The Disability Travel Card provides identification to a person with a permanent disability, which will allow an adult attendant, travelling with the person with a disability, to travel at no cost.” (Easter Seals Canada)
“WestJet provides additional seating at no additional charge to guests with a physical or mental disability….” (WestJet)
I will be sure to add these links on the Resource page of this site as well!
Our home share provider workshop was a great day of networking and information sharing on November 4th in Castlegar. We spent the afternoon in a cafe style process talking about 4 areas important to all of us. Click here for a summary and some ‘mind maps’ from the day.
This is important feedback for us as we move the service forward and we endeavour to provide you with the best support we can. Thanks!