Monthly Archives: December 2014

Important Notice Re: BC Bus Pass holders in TransLink Service Area

The following notice is from the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation: In the past, BC Bus Pass clients received a new bus pass in the mail each year in December. This year, the BC Bus Pass clients will … Continue reading

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Sexuality workshops presented by The Lower Mainland Down Syndrome Society

The Lower Mainland Down Syndrome Society Proudly Presents: Two Sexuality Workshops.  Instructed by Jessica Wollen, a Teacher, Certified Sexual Health Educator, Parent and the CEO of Shift Education. Ages 11-15: Dates: April 13, 27th, May 4, 11, 2015 Time: 6:30 … Continue reading

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Community Update: Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation Makes Changes to Monthly Reporting

Dear Community Partner, People receiving the Persons with Disabilities benefit (PWD) through direct deposit have until now received their cheque stubs or monthly reports in the mail. The cheque stub indicates the amount that PWD recipients are entitled to receive … Continue reading

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University of British Columbia Research Study

Disability Alliance BC has received the following posting from Kimberly Bartfai, a Master of Social Work student at UBC: Are you the mother of an adult child who has a significant developmental disability? What is your perception of the quality … Continue reading

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Comox Valley Community Services

Comox Valley Community Services has been working with the homeless and low income throughout the Valley helping them to: 1) open their own bank accounts 2) stop smoking 3) sleep better 4) unlock addiction and depression. Thanks to President‘s Choice … Continue reading

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Participate in Studies on Mobility Scooter Use and Spinal Cord Injuries

Do you use a mobility scooter?At the GF Strong Research Centre Dr. Ben Mortenson and his research team are conducting a study on the reliability of several new measures and tools related to scooter use. This study involves answering questions … Continue reading

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