How to access help in BC
When: Saturday Jan 13, 2018
Where: WBP at 300-4211 Kingsway, Burnaby
Presenter: Charlie Coyle
Recovery or rehab are often the main idea for addiction supports but what do they offer? How can you access them and where are they?
How do you even know if you need recovery?
Charlie will chat about local and provincial options for adults and youth, and be ready to answer questions you may have.
*Naloxone Training available today
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Provinical Medical Sign Language Service Consultation on Feb 3rd in Kelowna and Feb 16th in Vancouver.
Address and time will be announced at later date!
We are very excited to inform you that the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is going to happen from Jan 16 to Feb 4 2018.
Attached you will find an info-sheet with information on all the shows that are accessible to the Deaf and hard of hearing arts lovers. We would appreciate it if you could share the info-sheet with your contacts, include the info in newsletters, share on Facebook, print it and hang it up in a visible place, or share in any way you think helpful.
As in previous years, we are working with Piper Delores to provide ASL interpretation for Endings (and the talk back after) on January 27. We will also have ASL-interpretation for the youth academy and panel discussion on inclusion.
We are also exited to announce a new initiative: We will provide captions for Inside/Out on January 21st. We also have an exciting show from Italy with English surtitles: MDLSX.
Each year we present several shows which are accessible to the Deaf and hard of hearing community because they are very visual. One of these shows is our children’s show It’s Dark Outside, which is absolutely beautiful and completely visual. There is no verbal component whatsoever and the music is only used to underscore.
For shows where additional information on the use of sound and music could be useful we reach out to the artists and create an introduction.
Please find more info about all these shows and more on the info-sheet ??attached.
As you can see, we also have great group booking rates, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in bringing a group.
Bilingual ASL-English Family Storytime is happening at the Oakridge Library. This program is conducted in American Sign Language and English. Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, felt stories, and crafts at the library. This event is suitable for children of all ages and abilities along with their parents and caregivers. ASL interpreters will be present during the program. The program runs on Friday mornings once a month from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. The program dates are February 16, March 16, April 20, May 18. The Oakridge Library is located 191 – 650 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, BC. For more information please call 604-665-3980.
ASL Storytime Poster Winter 2018