Seniors Support Group
Aging with a disability presents many challenges – medical, financial, social and emotional.
Continuing with the vision of our founders, the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC is proud to announce the Seniors Support Group Program
The CPABC was founded nearly 65 years ago by parents who sought a brighter future for their children with cerebral palsy. The arithmetic tells us that these same children are now looking towards their senior years and are still leading the way for people with CP and other disabilities to learn to age well.
Monthly meetings will provide social and recreational opportunities as well as presentations on related topics.
For people living with CP and other disabilities, issues of aging can be present at any chronological age. When we use the word “senior” we are not limiting the program to any particular age. Anyone confronting issues of aging, or who self-identifies as a senior is welcome to join us.
For more information, contact Denzil at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next group meeting:
CPABC has invited an occupational therapist to present a safety planning session on “Considerations to Move to Physical Supports”.
The session will happen through Zoom on Wednesday, March 24th, at 1 pm.