Lower Mainland’s hardest working athletic duo and Guinness World Record contenders to have disability fund named in their honour

Media release November 1st, 2017 – Tonight, the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC (CPABC) will be re-naming their Equipment Assistive Devices Fund the “Jason and Rand Fund” in recognition of two of their members’ supersized athletic endeavours and hearts. Friends …
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Children, youth and adults with disabilities in Kelowna can dance and stretch their way to health and fitness

Children, youth and adults with disabilities can dance and stretch their way to health and fitness:  Two new adapted recreation programs offered in Kelowna by the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC October 2, 2017 – Children and youth with disabilities …
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Jason and Rand versus the world: Duo aims to be the world’s fastest wheelchair tandem team in half-marathon

Jason and Rand versus the world Duo aims to be the world’s fastest wheelchair tandem team in half-marathon  June 19, 2017 – A supersized Big Bird and Oscar wheelchair tandem team are aiming to bring home an unofficial world record on …
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Campership program provides accessible summer fun for people with cerebral palsy

May 25, 2016 (Vancouver, British Columbia) –  The Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia (CPABC) is now accepting applications for the Campership Program, which financially assists individuals with cerebral palsy to attend a special needs camp of their choice in …
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CPABC signs on to letter to Premier about Bus Pass Program

The Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia signed on to an open letter to Premier Christy Clark about the bus pass program clawback for people on disability assistance. In the letter, we join other organizations such as First Call BC …
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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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Dance Without Limits in Victoria: Children with disabilities dance their way to fitness and confidence

MEDIA RELEASE January 25, 2016 – The “enlivening power of dance” that has touched children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities in communities throughout the Lower Mainland is now coming to Victoria. Since 2013, the Cerebral Palsy Association of British …
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