The Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia

The Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia provides supports, education, and information throughout BC. Our mission is: To raise awareness of cerebral palsy in the community; To assist those living with cerebral palsy to reach their maximum potential; To work to see those living with cerebral palsy realize their place as equals in a diverse society.

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What do you do if you feel you are being overlooked for employment because of your disability? What if your parenting skills are questioned due to your lack of mobility? This booklet is designed to answer these ...
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Presentation by Norm Trerise, member of the Human Rights Tribunal of BC. Norm talks about the Human Right Code and the Tribunal. In addition Norm talks about the processes of the tribunal and the basic legal approaches ...
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Presented by Eleni Kassaris, partner at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (Blakes). Eleni talks about employment law, workers’ compensation, and human rights in the workplace.
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Presentation by Cindy Frostad, a parent and advocate. Cindy talks about accessing and navigating supports for your school-aged child, being informed and aware of their rights and entitlements, and achieving a ...
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Presentation by Carolyn Sinclair, Executive Director of Police Victim Services of British Columbia, about fraud (such as "work-from-home" scams and other financial scams), identify theft, general safety and security, ...
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Presentation by Dawn Robertson and Valerie Irving, with the Family Support Institute of BC, about gaps that exist when children with disabilities transition into adulthood, transition timeline for youth with ...
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The intersection of disability, parenting and the law, presented by Jewelles Smith who is a gender, human rights and disabilities activist.
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