Elections Canada wants voting to be as accessible as possible. Leading up to the election, Elections Canada offered resources, information, and help to vote leading up to general election day (September 20th).
Now you can tell them how accessible voting was for YOU!
Hey everyone, as was reported in CLBC’s August 27th update, Down syndrome BC is forming a Self Advocate Advisory Committee! They are looking for self advocates with Down syndrome willing to volunteer their time to share their experiences and ideas.
Activities: The new Advisory Committee will meet a few times a year, discuss ideas and issues related to living with Down syndrome, and give feedback to Down syndrome BC about activities, vision and goals.
Requirements: Volunteers for this committee must be over the age of 16, live in BC, have Down syndrome and be interested in self advocacy work.
If you or someone you know is interested, send an email to email@example.com with “SAA Committee” in the subject line.
Hey everyone, you can click here to read the June 30th COVID-19 update for individuals and families. This update includes more information about what we can expect as BC moves into Step 3 of the provincial Restart plan, an update on the Accessible British Columbia Act, and an opportunity to have your say in the Government of Canada Disability Inclusion Action Plan.
Hey everyone, CLBC has invited staff, support workers, and home sharing providers join in their teleconference on Monday, June 28, from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. (PDT) with Nicholas Simons, Minister, Social Development and Poverty Reduction, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, to provide a COVID-19 update and to recognize the diligent and brave work of frontline support workers.
Call in: 1-877-353-9184 (participant code: 40896#) Special Instructions: Please start dialing in at 10:20 a.m.
You are invited to pre-submit COVID questions to CLBCInfo@gov.bc.ca by 12 p.m. on Thursday, June 24, using the words “JUNE 28 CALL” in the subject line.
Two weeks ago we asked you to take a few minutes to help us by answering a question about your experiences over the past year. Please consider taking this opportunity to check in! This link will be open until June 25th.
You can click here before June 25th to be taken to the question page. Thanks!
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 this opportunity to weigh in on the design of Ballou Park upgrades, and this opportunity to stay connected to ongoing City projects that impact YOU, including the Abbott Street active transportation corridor. Get involved!
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!