Check it out, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Check it out, and let us know which tips help most with better sleep!
Hey everyone, we posted about a series of self-help booklets available for download…and this one talks about exercise and how important being active is to your health and wellbeing! If you needs some ideas for new and fun things to try, why not choose a brand new way to get active and stay healthy?
Check it out, and let us know your favorite way to keep active in the comments!
Hey everyone, as part of our “Have Your Say” series letting you know about opportunities to get involved (and self-advocate!) in your community — check out these opportunities to get involved and self-advocate in Kelowna! Topics include: City Park Promenade accessibility, the 2040 Official Community Plan, and the Pandosy Waterfront Park design.
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Hey everyone, the City of Kelowna has released an on-demand video that helps viewers learn how to take transit within the Kelowna Regional Transit System (Lake Country to Peachland). It covers how to access and use fares, board and ride the bus, read schedules and use trip planning tools. You can access the free video by filling out an online registration form at smartTRIPS.ca. Registration ensures their staff can provide essential additional resources and a complimentary transit fare product.
Here is some more information from the City:
The video is part of a suite of public education materials created for the City’s pilot Transit Travel Training Program. Offered by the City of Kelowna in partnership with BC Transit and Central Okanagan Public Schools, the program is made possible with grant funding provided by the BC Ministry of Health. The pilot aims to test a program delivery model to reduce barriers that youth and older adults may face in taking transit.
If you need resources for those you support, check out this series of self-help booklets designed to provide people with an opportunity to talk through feelings, and to make plans for staying well. They are available through H-CARRD (Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities) on their website.
The booklets cover a number of topics, including:
- Feeling anxious about Coronavirus
- Feeling down
- Exercise and staying active
- Problem solving
The booklets can all be used with support from family members, friends, staff and health care professionals.