Stay active…

The Government of Canada has encouraged all adults aged 18 to 64 to get at least 150 minutes of physical activity per week. Doing this can have health benefits, including:

  • Improved morale.
  • More self-esteem.
  • Reduced risk of obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke and more.

To help you stay active, it’s important to make a plan, pick a time and place, and get started. You can find more information on taking care of your physical health here.

Have Your Say In…the CCSS Check In!

Hey everyone, we usually send out an annual feedback survey that we had to postpone last year due to the impact of COVID-19.

We know there will be a time to look back on our COVID-19 experience and ask, “How did we do…” and, “What could we do better…” (and we will!). For now, if you can weigh in on one short question that will help us understand your experience so far, it would be really helpful to us.

While we recognize that we have not had a “typical” year of supports and services, we think it’s still important to check in with you.

You can click here to be taken to the question page. Thanks!

CLBC Update for Families…

Hey everyone, join CLBC tomorrow (June 4) at 10:35 am for an update on the latest health and vaccine information and guidance on COVID-19.
Call in: 1-877-353-9184
Participant code: 28110#
* Due to the large number of participants, please call in at 10:25 a.m.

CLBC Home Share Provider Update…

Hey everyone, join in CLBC’s teleconference on June 8th for a service provider and home share provider COVID-19 update from Dr. Daniele Behn Smith (Deputy Provincial Health Officer), Ross Chilton (CEO of CLBC), and Brenda Gillette (CEO of the BC CEO Network).

When: Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Time: 1:05 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Call in: 1-877-353-9184
Participant code: 44289#

Special instructions: Due to the number of expected participants, please begin to dial in as early as 12:55 p.m.

You can submit COVID 19 questions to CLBCInfo@gov.bc.ca by noon on Friday, June 4 using the words “JUNE 8 COVID CALL” in the subject line.