November 2017 Events (BC-wide, Online)

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  • Wednesday, November 1 (6-7:30pm): Fashion Without Limits: Diversity in Motion at 644 Bentley Road, Port Moody: the Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia will mark Canada’s 150th anniversary with Fashion Without Limits: Diversity in Motion, a multi-disciplinary showcase of the disability community. Our community celebration of diversity in honour of Canada 150 will feature: Adapted ballroom dancing, an adapted fashion show, and the launch of our new Assistive Equipment Fund to honour our two most active and boundary-pushing members: Jason Cole and Rand Surbey. This free, inclusive event will includes refreshments and networking opportunities with community members and organizations. We are excited to bring together members of the disabled community in an inclusive cultural event to share in the inspiration and accomplishment of our members.
  • November 4-10 2017: Conflict Resolution Week: Everyone has their own story during a conflict. It feels like we’re right and they’re wrong – we’re the victim or hero and they’re the villain. There’s Another Story – explore how mediation, unlike fairy tales, has creative and fair options to resolve conflict. Mediators can help you uncover that story and will be out across the province to share some of their tips and skills with you. Check out the Conflict Resolution Week calendar to check out events in Nanaimo, Victoria, Vancouver, and online.
  • November 7-22, 2017 (Various Dates): People’s Law School presents several classes on the following topics in Burnaby, Salmon Arm, and Vancouver:
    • Tuesday, November 7 (12-1pm) Communication Toolbox—Tips on Communicating With a Co-Parent – People’s Law School
    • Tuesday, November 14 (6:30-8pm) Wills and Estates – Okanagan Regional Library – Salmon Arm Branch
    • Tuesday, November 21 (7-8:30pm) Wills and Estates – Burnaby Public Library – McGill Branch
    • Wednesday, November 22 (7-8:30pm) Power of Attorney – Burnaby Public Library – McGill Branch
  • November 8-29, 2017: Nidus presents various online webinars and an in-person presentation in Vancouver:
    • November 8, 11:30am-12:30pm – Online Webinar – Planning for Health Care & Personal Care – How can you plan for incapacity, end-of-life, and other support needs? Learn about Representation Agreements – the only legal document in BC to plan for health care and personal care matters. Find out about other documents being used and promoted in the health system – are they legal? What do they mean for patients and their families?
    • November 15, 1-2:30pm – South Granville Seniors Centre (3rd floor, 1420 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver): Attend a free presentation conducted by a Nidus-trained volunteer. Learn about planning for incapacity and end-of-life. Find out how to book an appointment for personal help to make and register your planning documents. No registration Required.
    • November 29, 11:30am-12:30pm – Online Webinar – Planning for Financial & Legal Matters – Enduring Powers of Attorney or a Representation Agreement with authority for routine finances are legal documents in BC adults may use to plan for incapacity, end-of-life, and other support needs. If there are no arrangements in place, adults can lose their rights through adult guardianship, called Committeeship in BC. Find out how adult guardianship is the LAST RESORT in BC. Also learn about the limits of a Power of Attorney and Bank Power of Attorney.
  • Friday, November 17 (3:45-6pm): Legal Workshops-Mental Health in the Workplace: Rights and Responsibilities of Youth with Disabilities at 451-409 Granville St., Vancouver: The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC is proud to host a new workshop series titled Mental Health in the Workplace: Rights and Responsibilities of Youth with Disabilities This workshop series will address the issues of mental health in the workplace for youth with disabilities. The workshops will be given by Lou Poskitt from Miller Titerle Law Corporation and Kemily Ho from Tevlin Cledle Curtis Employment Law Strategies. Food and refreshments will be provided. To register for these workshops contact Lindsay at programs@bccerebralpalsy.com or call 604-408-9484.
  • Wednesday, November 29 (7:30pm): Battered Women’s Support Services Presents Angela Davis at the Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver: Angela Davis has spent decades as an activist, author and scholar expressing ideas that remain at the forefront, on important issues of race, women’s rights, capitalism and justice. Private reception is now sold out but excellent seats are still available. Don’t miss the opportunity to see one of the most enduring feminist icons live in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territory.

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