Monthly Archives: May 2012

Celebrating two years of community inclusion

Photos of people enjoying life in the community Continue reading

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Spectrum’s Person of the month: Clement Chan

A conversation with Clement and his mother. Continue reading

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Welcome to the Spectrum News for May 2012

Welcome to May and the next edition of the Spectrum News. Continue reading

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Quality of Life – Presentation for Self-Advocates

Community Living BC along with 16 Service Providers have partnered to offer a survey based on Quality of Life to individual’s receiving CLBC funded services in the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Regions. Continue reading

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Presentation for Families – Quality of Life with Dr. Schalock

You are invited to… A Conversation with Dr. Robert Schalock Dr. Schalock is well known for his inspiring work on Quality of Life for all people. His framework explores 8 Domains of a person’s life including: Physical, Material & Emotional … Continue reading

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CARF Survey May 2nd to 4th, 2012

Spectrum is welcoming two surveyors from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) to Vancouver May 2nd to 4th. Continue reading

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Karen’s Role at Collingwood

Last year, Karen and her mother brought up the idea that Karen could find a volunteer in her neighbourhood. It was a great opportunity to assist her to find a role that would help her contribute to her community. Looking back over the last year, the volunteer job has been a great experience for her. Here’s what Karen had to say when we sat down to discuss it. Continue reading

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