Douglas College’s Sign Language Interpretation program students are hosting an ASL Board Games Night!
WHEN? Thursday, January 18th, 6pm to 8pm.
WHERE? Room D1019, Building D of Douglas College’s David Lam Campus, Coquitlam at 1250 Pinetree Way about a short 5 min walk from Lafarge Lake-Douglas SkyTrain Station. We will provide the games. Deaf community members, ASL students, and hearing allies who sign are all welcome.
If you have any other questions, please contact the hosting students at firstname.lastname@example.org
Games Night Posting Jan 18th 2018
1. Kelowna: 2 pm, February 3, 2018,
Pathways Abilities Society, 123 Franklin Road, Kelowna
2. Greater Vancouver: 6:30 pm, February 16, 2018,
The Provincial Language Service, 1795 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby.
We wish to inform you about our next Disabled Community Connection Network (DCCN) session. DCCN is a monthly communication and information group for people of all ages (16+) with any disability. This group is supported by the North Shore Disability Resource Centre and PeerNet BC.
Our next group is happening on January 18th, 4:00PM – 6:00PM. At PeerNet BC, #408-602 Hastings, Vancouver. We would be very appreciative if you could promote this session in your newsletters and on your social media-feeds.
This will be our second planning meeting for our media art project called Snapping Barriers. The mixed media art project will focus on capturing access barriers in the communities we live in. This meeting will focus on the timeline and scope of the project, as well as what the final project itself will look like.
Please come to the meeting with an idea of how you can personally capture barriers in your community. It can be through photographs, video, poems, writing, painting, drawing or any other art medium. Barriers can be physical, social or emotional. The purpose of this project to showcase how barrier affects you on a daily basis be it physically, socially or emotionally.
Note: you do not need to have anything done for the upcoming meeting, having an idea of how you are going to capture access barriers in your community is enough.
ASL Interpretation and food is provided! The space is also wheelchair accessible. Please let us know of any accommodations and dietary needs you require. Please email email@example.com or call 604-904-4088 to register.
Thank you for your time,
Snapping Barriers Project Poster January 18th.compressed
Place: Tim Horton
Where: In Kelowna
Address: 3255 Lakeshore Rd./ Richter (right by save-on-foods)
Time: 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
The Daring Way™ FIRST ASL Group in VICTORIA
2-day immersion – February 17th & 18th @ 9am – 4pm
Where: Yakimovich Wellness Centre
1454 Hillside Ave, Victoria BC
Experience a deeper self-awareness, richer relationships, and living with greater authenticity with like-minded people. We will examine the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that are holding you back and we identify the new choices and practices that will move you toward more authentic and wholehearted living. Move beyond perfectionism to self-compassion and discover how vulnerability, empathy, courage, and gratitude are connected. We develop skills to be resilient in life’s daily storms and step into the freedom of knowing we are enough.
Limit: 8 Participants. Includes your personalized manual, your Daring Way™ workbook experiential exercises, coffee, and light snacks.
If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, you may qualify for free participation of this workshop (usual registration fee is $500 per person).
Please contact WBP Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm1HJoN6J2k – video in ASL
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKNMBiMhBlI – Interpretation of Brené Brown The Power of Vulnerability
Ask to join our Facebook Group for more information!