Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – BC Youth Peer Support Program
Join us for a weekend to connect with your fellow peers and challenge life together with confidence and positivity! We will have a variety of interactive sessions, both indoors and outdoors as well as free time.
Who: deaf and hard of hearing youth ages 18 to 30 (1-day option available for ages 15 to 17)
When: Fri March 8th 7pm to Sun March 10th, 2019 1pm (1 day option: Sat March 9th 9am to 6pm; lunch & dinner included)
Where: Timberline Ranch 22351 144 Ave, Maple Ridge BC
Cost (NEW): $35.00 (full retreat); $20.00 (one-day only)
Deadline: February 8th 2019
More details and registration on www.chha-bc.org/youthpsp/challenge-life
BCANDS is an Indigenous non-profit, charitable society serving the disability and health needs of Indigenous people and communities across British Columbia. For further information visit: www.bcands.bc.ca
BCANDS is working with in partnership with Plan Institute on this project. Plan Institute is a non-profit social enterprise that works to improve the lives of people with disabilities. For further information go to www.planinstitute.ca
Safe and Secure is a guide book of resources, supports, stories and art supporting people with disabilities and their families. The new Indigenous version will be published by BCANDS and will be free to families, individuals, and support workers.
We are inviting contributions of (unpublished) Poems; Songs; Personal Stories; and Artwork from Indigenous individuals or family members who have experience of living with disability.
1 step application process:
Submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request for a submission form. Include the following for your application:
- Submission form
- Images (JPEG) or Documents (MS Word (Preferred), PDF, Rich Text Format (RTF)
We appreciate all contributions, and acknowledge the time and effort put into your submissions. As such, all submissions selected for publication will receive an honorarium.
Email: email@example.com or Tel: 604 439 9566 ext.154
Deadline for Submissions: March 19th 2018
Date: Saturday, Feb. 3
Tickets: $10 – Cash only at the door
Location: Roundhouse Arts and Recreation Centre – Roundhouse Mews (Davie @ Pacific)
Join Sarah Jickling and Greg McLeod from My Good Bad Luck Band for an evening whimsical indie-pop songs. Canadian songstress and mental health advocate, this 26 year old uses her performances to create mental health awareness. Her music has been featured on radio stations across the country and in independent films. She has opened up about her experiences with Bipolar Disorder and Anxiety Disorder on radio, local television, podcasts, blogs and at live speaking events. Her new album, When I Get Better, was released July 14th, 2017. She can be found in hospital waiting rooms and pole dancing studios around Vancouver, BC.
Then, kick back with Vancouver Adapted Music Society artists The Jeff Standfield Band. Singer/guitarist Jeff will be joined by Dave Symington on drums, bassist Graeme Wyman & special guest Dan Moxon (Bend Sinister) on Keyboards.
Neworld Theatre brings us theatre at its most transformative. This production is a work of radical upheaval, in which the King Arthur legend is made fresh for our eyes. Merlin, Lancelot, Guinevere—they’re all present in this tale of love, honour and war. New to us are the live band, the 20-person choir and, most of all, the radically inclusive cast. The players in this drama, all professional, include people whose life experience includes Down syndrome. They stand on stage defined by their extraordinary perspectives.
UBC Students special pricing: $12.00
Feb 3, 7:30pm – Live description for people with vision loss
Feb 4, 2:00pm – Relaxed performance for people on the autism spectrum, with sensory and communication disorders, learning disabilities or anyone who benefits from a more relaxed environment
For more information please visit:
King Arthur’s Night
The Dis/ability Arts, Culture & Public Pedagogy Cluster is composed of and by the Wingspan Collaborative at UBC.
Wingspan is an intellectual ‘studio’ of interdisciplinary scholars in disability studies, arts, culture and public pedagogy across many disciplines who collaborate and establish research excellence on common projects regarding the rights of people with disabilities and who proactively promote the idea that while individual disabilities pose impairments, they should not be seen as deficits but instead as differences that enrich collective human experience and the arts. We identify variously as disabled, non-disabled or as artists who focus on disability aesthetics and linger in the liminal spaces between and among artist/researcher/teacher in the broadest sense of these terms, hence, we are Dis/A/R/Tographers in an unequal global world.
Wingspan is opening with a series of engaging events on October 19-21.
The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers is hosting a Work on Campus Fair taking place on Wednesday August 9th from 11:00AM-2:00PM, providing students with an opportunity to meet with on-campus employers hiring for Fall 2017. Ten different campus employers will be meeting with students to provide more information about opportunities available, accepting resumes and conducting on-site interviews to hire students for part time employment opportunities starting in September.
- Date: Wednesday August 9th, 2017
- Time: 11:00AM-2:00PM
- Location: Brock Hall Concourse (1874 East Mall, Main Floor in front of CSI&C)
- What to Bring: Copies of your resume
- Who Can Come? All UBC students
The list of employers and further information about this event can be found on the Events Calendar with registration details on CareersOnline. Any questions can be directed to Hammond Yau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Backpack to Briefcase is a one day all-in-one career development and enhancement conference at Simon Fraser University (SFU) for upcoming graduates and recent alumni. The conference, which takes place on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., will provide key resources for a smooth and successful transition from university to the working world, as well as techniques to help alumni advance their career while it’s still in its early stages. Buy your ticket now to hear innovative tips and strategies first hand from industry experts, alumni and educators. Only 100 tickets are available to all SFU students and alumni, so secure your spot at this invaluable event today!
Location: Simon Fraser University, Segal Building, 500 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Co-sponsored by SFU Career and Volunteer Services and the National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS).
Register today! https://www.sfu.ca/career/conference/Register.html
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New roles available!
Join us for our next recruitment reception on February 9, 2017, in Vancouver. Come and network with representatives of our corporate partners: Bell, IBM, BMO Financial Group, CIBC, TD Bank Group, and Rogers Communications. Come and learn more about great career and internship opportunities for current students, recent and upcoming grads and experienced professionals.
New BMO roles have been added to the reception, including a number of summer internship opportunities.
The deadline to apply is Sunday, January 22nd at midnight PST.
Visit The Lime Network to apply today!
This is an event for disabled students and their allies to socialize and get involved in their community. There will be opportunities to share experiences, eat food, win prizes and make friends.
We will do our best to accomodate all accessibility concerns. For more information on the Nest’s accessibility in general please check out: http://www.ams.ubc.ca/nest/
Additionally, we kindly ask that people make every effort to go fragrance-free while attending this workshop in order to make it accessible to folks with chemical sensitivities. This means wearing no perfume, strong smelling lotions or deodorants.
We acknowledge that this event is taking place on the ancestral, traditional, unceded and occupied Indigenous territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) peoples. The xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territory on which UBC is situated was never surrendered, relinquished, or handed over by xʷməθkʷəy̓əm to Canada or British Columbia through a treaty or other means; it is sovereign and unsurendered.
Impact Lab is a semi-annual 1-day conference featuring workshops presented by a diverse group of UBC student leaders representing 34 globally minded clubs and organizations on campus. Do you have a cause or a purpose that you’re passionate about? Curious to explore how your social justice mission can be strengthened by using technology? ‘Technological Advancements: The New Social Justice’ is all about how we can use various forms of technology to assist in spreading and supporting your cause in order to create meaningful change.
Featured Keynote: Dr. Ray Hsu, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice
Free coffee, snacks AND lunch included!
The event will be held at the Simon K. Y. Lee Global Lounge and Resource Centre which is located on the unceded, traditional and ancestral territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people.