CPABC clothing bin removal, “Patience and perseverance” of dancers inspire instructor, CPABC Online Auction 2019, Facebook Live series, "This is the Point" by The Cultch, More Accessibility Priorities in Public Transit, Tea & Tango.
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January 17th, 2019

Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia Removes Clothing Bins

In the wake of tragic current events that have happened with clothing donation bins across the country, the Cerebral Palsy Association has removed over half of our publicly accessible bins and is working with our partners to see the remaining four bins removed as quickly as possible.

Please visit our article for further information.
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January 17th, 2019

“Patience and perseverance” of dancers inspire instructor – Danika Milne’s story

Danika tells us about the proud moments of students in her dance class through her published story. 

Kinesiology student Danika has been teaching the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC’s dance class for 2 years. Many students have enjoyed themselves while taking her class.

Read more about the best moments of Danika's story of teaching her Surrey adapted dance class!

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CPABC's 2019 Online Auction starts on Jan. 28th!

Prepare your Valentine's Day in advance with CPABC's Online Auction opening from January 28th to February 28th!

Why not get something for your loved ones and support the disability community at the same time? This is your chance to bid on hot deals, gifts and prize packages!

CPABC has a robust roster of 12 programs and services that support our community, all are absolutely free for the participant. This is all made possible thanks to your contributions!

Click the "more details" button to learn how to participate in the auction today!

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Facebook Live series "Better Nights, Better Days" Tackles Children Sleep Problems 

Dr. Shelly Weiss and Dr. Evelyn Constantin hosted a presentation that addressed the topic of sleep in children with Cerebral Palsy. 

Curious? Watch their Facebook Live presentation below!

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"This is the Point" Performance by The Cultch - Jan. 29th to Feb. 2nd

Check out This is the Point running January 29th – February 2nd at the Historic Theatre in Vancouver.

This is the Point is a joyous and unflinching portrait of four individuals whose lives have been shaped, in part, by cerebral palsy.

Drawn from their personal lives, the characters explore and debate questions of representation, whether people of different abilities can ever connect with each other on equal terms.

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We Need More Accessibility Priorities in Public Transit

Carrie Torrans wrote to us a very critical opinion article that tackles lesser-known problems in public transit.  

"Even though our transit system allows greater freedom and independence for many people including seniors, and people with disabilities, there are still many difficulties that these demographics face", she writes. 

Read her article published on the Association's news blog below to know more.
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Dance and Social Event "Tea & Tango" - January 25th
Want to start your Friday off with some creative dance moves?

Join us at the John Braithwaite Community Centre in North Vancouver for a morning of dancing and socializing!

We hope to see you there!

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