…is an online Family Support Institute (FSI) event that takes place every Saturday at 3 pm on Zoom! Check out CREATIVE PEOPLE – On Line! and connect with others safely online!
Liz Charyna, PLAN Mentor, has been hosting as weekly session, Creative People On-Line, since the beginning of the pandemic. It is open to anyone and offers a time for people to work on anything creative while having some company on-line. They are also open to having people do a demo or share what they are doing for a part of the time.
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?
…is an online Family Support Institute (FSI) event that takes place every Monday at 6:30 pm on Zoom! Check out RECIPE FOR RESPITE and connect with others safely online!
What’s your Recipe for Respite? COVID is still here. And families need a break to stay safe and strong. We’re interested in learning about and sharing what families are already doing to get a break, as well as understanding the unique ingredients still needed to make respite a reality. Please join our discussion circle about how we can work together for families and their loved ones to have a safe and helpful break from the significant and daily stresses going on right now.
The Family Support Institute (FSI) is holding an information session on February 16th at 6:30 pm about how to use a free online planning tool called myBooklet BC. This tool – myBooklet BC – can be used to store and share a personalized information booklet full of strengths, goals, gifts, and more…consider participating if you want to:
learn the basic functions of myBooklet BC
learn tips to make using myBooklet BC easier (like formatting information)
learn many different ways myBooklet can be used for the individual’s benefit
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
Exercise and staying active
The booklets can all be used with support from family members, friends, staff and health care professionals.
Hey everyone, posAbilities is offering free, online (Zoom) LINK Healthy Relationships training in the South Okanagan area this Winter. The LINK! curriculum provides relevant sexual health information and focuses on a variety of topics including:
Knowing Your Rights, Consent, and the Law
The Basics (Anatomy, Public vs. Private)
Different Types of Touch and Trusted People
Gender and Identity
Relationships and Decision Making
Online Safety and Pornography
Dating and Break-Ups
Thinking about Sex (Determining “Readiness”, Types of Sexual Activity)