Hey everyone, CLBC’s next phone conference update with Deputy Provincial Health Officer Dr. Daniele Behn Smith is scheduled for Monday (Jan. 24). More info below! Check it out:
Hey everyone, CLBC’s most recent update for individuals and families is available, you can check it out here.
Hey everyone, there is a free mental health workshop coming up:
AutismBC Talks The Mental Health Literacy Guide for Autism with Jonathan Weiss
January 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Check out more information or register here: AutismBC Talks The Mental Health Literacy Guide for Autism with Jonathan Weiss — Events — AutismBC
Hey everyone, sharing encouragement and hope as we kick off the new year!
Hey everyone, the City of Kelowna’s activity guide WINTER EDITION is now live! Check out the activities happening locally this winter to help get out and get active.
Hi everyone, CLBC has announced they are accepting applications for one-time Community Inclusion Innovation Fund grants (amounts between $5,000 and $100,000 available).
According to CLBC’s website, this is an opportunity for people to apply for grant funding that supports their creative initiatives:
- that challenge all of us to do things more effectively
- to build on lessons learned during COVID-19
- to innovate service delivery
- to support the rollout of CLBC’s new L.I.F.E.-based service
- to advance work from the Re-Imagining Community Inclusion Committee.
Applications are due by January 10, 2022. Check out the details here.
Hey everyone, make sure you check out the Family Support Institute’s Calendar for Connection — there are tons of events happening this month! Here are a few:
- Book Club (Harry Potter series) on Dec. 11!
- Holiday concert and Trivia on Dec. 17!
- Game Chat hosted by Kamloops Speaking Up Self-Advocacy Awareness Society (SUSA) on Dec. 16!
Check out the full calendar of events here.
Hey everyone, CLBC has issued an update for individuals and families, you can find it here.
Hey everyone, there’s a local lights display starting up for the holidays today in Kelowna! Candy Cane Lane has a wonderful neighborhood display from December 1-January 1, and it’s a fun and festive (and socially-distanced!) activity for all this winter. Check out the article on Castanet or watch here: