“Tea, Talk and Crumpets” is a new social and recreational outlet for seniors with disabilities, facilitated and organized by community members, and hosted by the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC.
This is a peer-run program. A volunteer planning board will choose program activities and facilitate the group. Program logistics and support will be provided by CPABC.
Members of the volunteer planning board will receive an honorarium of 100 dollars per monthly event.
Please contact Dan Chalcraft, Community Engagement Assistant @ email@example.com or 604 408 9484 for more information.
The first session will be on June 5th from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre. This is a free program and refreshments will be provided. The first session will mostly be discussion based focused around disability related themes: United Nations protocol, federal disability act on accessibility, and the BC Disability act. We will have the event at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre in Yaletown http://roundhouse.ca/
This is an age-inclusive program for anyone with a disability. “Senior” is defined as anyone over 50.
The group is for seniors with disabilities but is also open to able bodied seniors as well.