It’s a girl! CPABC congratulates former staff member Christina Han

By Dan Chalcraft “Accept who you are and like yourself since cerebral palsy is just a part of who we are it and it doesn’t define us,” – that is the motto Christina Han lives by. Former staff member of …
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The good and the bad:  changes to provincial Persons with Disabilities Assistance program 

  Two recent changes to the BC Persons with Disabilities Assistance (PWD) program increase access while at the same time clawing back transit funding. On February 11, the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation (MSDSI) introduced legislation that will …
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The Power of Martial Arts – Marcus Skerratt

On April 30, 2016, the Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia will be launching a new martial arts/self defense program, called Self Defense Without Limits –  in conjunction with Sirota’s Alchymy.   For Marcus Skerratt, martial arts has provided an outlet …
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Mehrnoush’s Scotiabank Challenge Story

Mehrnoush’s Challenge   “I had never met anyone with cerebral palsy, so when I came here [I was] so surprised, many people [are] like me,” Mehrnoush Izadi admitted over coffee at a café in the United Kingdom building, where the …
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A Heart of Gold: March Volunteer of the Month Rebecca Levi

By Dan Chalcraft Compassion, kindness and patience are some of the personality characteristics that define Cerebral Palsy Association of BC board member Rebecca Levi. Motivated to make a difference and impact people in a positive way, the former tax lawyer …
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