Hey everyone, check out this special edition of the Laurel posAbilities Newsletter — and keep an eye out for Roy’s experiences with our community support on page 2! Way to go, guys!
Hey everyone, the Province has posted BC’s Restart Plan to their website. As well as having great resources, it talks about:
- Protective measures we’ve taken in B.C. have made a difference
- The next stage of our challenge
- How we’ll keep transmission low
- How we’ll start getting people back to work (including details on “Phases 1 to 4”)
- Some next steps to make life a little easier
- How we’ll keep taking care of each other
- The little things make a big difference
You can also download the plan as a PDF. Check it out!
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, Jackie came across this news today: Telus is waiving fees for internet use for those on low income, as part of the Telus for Good program. Check it out.
Hey everyone, 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, the Sprout Film Festival is going virtual! Check it out:
Please enjoy this free full-screen playlist of 10 popular short films, featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, from our Sproutflix catalogue.Email: Anthony Di Salvo, Founder & Executive Director, Sprout. March 19, 2020.
Click this link to see the playlist.
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!