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A Path to Inclusion, CPABC 2019 Online Auction, CPABC's New Transition, Locked Out of Life Campaign from Cerebral Palsy Manitoba, Dance Without Limits at Kelowna.
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FEATURE STORIES
February 13th, 2019

"A Path to Inclusion" by Melissa Lion

Melissa Lion, honor student at the University of Victoria Elementary Education and CPABC's frequent contributor, wrote to us a thoughtful article on what it means to be "inclusive". She answers the aching question of "What does it mean by true inclusion?" with detailed solutions that everyone can follow. 

Read her article on our news blog now to know how you can better support the Cerebral Palsy community. 
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Events

CPABC’s 2019 Online Auction is Up and Running!

Why not get a gift for your loved ones this Valentines Day? Make sure to get your bids in as many items are going fast! Don’t forget about our “buy now” option making it easier for you to get your prizes even faster.

Our online auctions help raise much-needed funds for programs and services, while offering you a great chance to bid on incredible experiences, gift certificates and prize packages. CPABC’s 2019 Online Auction runs until February 28th!

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News

New Transition for CPABC

You have probably noticed some changes in our leadership. Lisa Brooks has decided not to continue with the CPABC, and we wish her every success as she moves forward. 

We will be guided through the next stages of transition by Feri Dehdar who has graciously agreed to assume the responsibilities of Interim Executive Director, maintaining the Association's growth and stability over the next few months during the recruitment and orientation of our future ED. We look forward to a bright future build on steady foundations.

Locked Out of Life Campaign

Via our friends at Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba:
Locked Out of Life is a campaign to foster public awareness and to advocate for young adults with significant physical disabilities in Manitoba, so they can continue to access services to meet their needs to live safely and sustainably in their homes, schools, and communities.
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Programs

Dance Without Limits Kelowna, Feb. 7th - March 28th

We welcome child and youth participants to join in for our Dance Without Limits that has just started up again in Kelowna. BC! The program will run every Thursday from 5 – 6 pm, at the Starbright Children’s Development Centre in the Large Speech Room. The program will run from February 7th to March 28th.Dance Without Limits offers an environment for children and youth with various disabilities to express themselves through movement as part of a safe and social setting. This is a free, inclusive, and accessible program. Drop-ins, parents and caregivers are welcome!

For more information or to register for the program, please contact Denzil at programs@bccerebralpalsy.com or 604-408-9484. Please check our website for program updates: www.bccerebralpalsy.com

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