Recreational Respite works with individuals who face barriers to participation in their community due to disability, injury, isolation, chronic illness or disorder. Our skills include being able to identify ways to remove the barriers that exist through various approaches in 1:1 or group settings. We strive for positive change and to reach desired outcomes through person centred recreation. We include the needs, abilities, strengths and interests of every individual we support and every approach we take through recreation. This ensures that targeted goals for mental health, emotional health and physical wellness and life skills are achieved.
We support children, youth, adults and older adults with disabilities, mental health and memory impairment, and their families.
Presentation by Lynn Davies, Interim CEO of CLBC and Zainum Bahadshah, Manager, R & D, Strategic Planning, CLBC at the Inclusion Outreach District Partner Meeting on April 24th, 2019 in Richmond, BC
CLBC DP Presentation Apr2019
Presentation by Adam P. Wilton, Ph.D., COMS, Manager, Provincial Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired (PRCVI) and Accessible Resource Centre-British Columbia (ARC-BC); and Kim Zebehazy, Ph.D, COMS, CLVT, Associate Professor, Special Education Blindness and Visual Impairment, UBC; at the Inclusion Outreach District Partner Meeting on April 24, 2019 in Richmond, BC
Maximizing the Potential of Learners with CVI – Inclusion Outreach
Presentation by Yolanda Duncan, District Learning Support Team Coordinator, Surrey SD#36; Sheri Montgomery, District Inclusion Mentor Teacher, Mission SD#75 ; and Michel Gagnon, Assistive Technologies Helping Teacher, Surrey SD#36, (in three parts) at Inclusion Outreach’s District Partner Meeting on April 24, 2019 in Richmond, BC
CB IEP Presentation part 1 Apr2019
CB IEP Presentation part 2 Apr2019
CB IEP Presentation case study Apr2019
Universal classroom supports
CB IEP Cheat Sheet
CB IEP Big Sheet
Cheryl’s powerpoint entitled “Out with the Old, In with the New…What do we Do? presented at the Inclusion Outreach District Partner Meeting of April 24th, 2019 in Richmond, BC
C.Warmenhoven iPad Powerpoint Apr2019
Check out Linda Mamer’s videos on how to properly utilize a lightbox for students with vision issues https://vision.alberta.ca/training/onlinemodules/lightbox/
Increasing physical activity in the early childhood years should be a priority for therapists, parents, and teachers. So just do it! Try out these tips to increase physical activity in the early childhood years.
Link to SneakFreaks article Written by Catherine Noonan, PT, DPT, PCS, CEIM
A free online tool that families and people with disabilities can use to create a beautiful and personalized information booklet for a loved one or for themselves.
Check out all the exciting resources produced by various contributors, including Kristen Weins, Inclusion Coach for School District #62
North Star Paths
link to their free downloads North Star Paths – graphics
10 year old Mercy receives her pedal-powered wheelchair, the AJ Pedaler. Chek News article from September 2018 click here
Free ‘AAC in the Cloud 2018’ conference presentations