Monthly Archives: August 2012

BCCPD’s new meditation resources

BCCPD’s Wellness & Disability Initiative/AIDS & Disability Action Program is delighted to announce two new resources featuring well-known Vancouver meditation instructor, Deborah Prieur. Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Reduction and Self Care is a video introduction and Guided Meditation on the Breath and Body Sensations is … Continue reading

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Advocacy Conference in Prince Rupert

The Prince Rupert Self Advocacy Group will be hosting its 14th Self Advocacy Conference from Oct 23, 2012 to Oct 25, 2012. This year’s theme is Futures on the Horizon. The Prince Rupert Self Advocacy Group says that many of … Continue reading

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Exciting Research Opportunity!

Researchers at the University of Victoria are interested in examining the different ways that parental caregivers of adult children (i.e., 19 years of age and older) with intellectual disabilities (i.e., significant limitations both in intellectual functioning and in adaptive behaviours, … Continue reading

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Help BCCPD Design a New Logo

To celebrate our 35th anniversary, BCCPD will be designing a new logo. We’d like to know what people in the community think about us and our work. This will help us to brainstorm on the best way to communicate what … Continue reading

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New Workbook: Going to the CPP Disability Review Tribunal

The BCCPD is very excited to present our new self-help Workbook, Going to the CPP Disability Review Tribunal. You can view the Workbook at the BCCPD website, on our Money and Income Supports page. The Workbook has been designed to … Continue reading

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National Competition for People with Disabilities: Volunteer Opportunities for Photography Professionals!

Abilympics Canada Association needs experienced professionals to join its team to co-ordinate the first-ever National Skills Competition for Persons with Disabilities in photography.  The event will take place in conjunction with the Skills Canada National Competition in June, 2013 at … Continue reading

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