Neil Squire Society
Our programs offer an opportunity for people with disabilities to develop computer skills, build their employment skills and help re-enter or enter the work force. Our assistive technology services help remove any technology barriers.
Web stores that are created, owned, and operated by people with disabilities. These people sell original Canadian art work from artists in their local area.
Riding provides general exercise, recreation and sense of achievement. In addition, riding provides independence from artificial aids such as crutches and wheelchairs allowing access over uneven ground, into fields and forest where new sights, sounds and smells stimulate the senses.
Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association
3330 - 256th Street, Langley, BC Canada V4W 1Y4
Tel: (604) 857-1267
Plan Institute invites you to join with other care-giving individuals and couples who are looking for a renewed sense of self and deeper intimacy with their partners, friends and community.
Works to encourage the integration of people with disabilities into the creative, artistic and social life of Canadian communities, by assisting in the development and presentation of festivals celebrating disability arts and culture, and providing informative sessions, workshops, classes, performances and exhibits for and by Canadian artists with disabilities.
Dates: March 1st and 25th, April 1st, 8th, and 29th
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Where: Richmond Centre for Disability
100 - 5671 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Please contact RCD Front Desk at 604-232-2404 to sign up. No drop ins!
Atira Women’s Resource Society
Through education, advocacy and outreach, Atira is an active voice in the struggle to end violence against women and their children, with a feminist-based philosophy.
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Youth Program provides a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirit, intersex, queer, and questioning youth 14 to 25 years of age to hang out, find resources, share experiences, develop leadership skills, and get support.
Reading by way of Assistive Media is great! It's like getting an audio magazine anthology but not having to send it back or throw away the tape or CD and clutter the environment. And it's such a friendly way to read, too. Being able to E-mail comments and get answers about them gives the whole process a wonderful family mood.
Equine assisted therapy has long been recognized as an excellent means of providing physical, psychological, social and recreational benefits to children and adults with disabilities. Balance and coordination, increased confidence, group activity and excitement of movement "free of any mechanical aids" are some of the many benefits. 604-530-8717
BC Mobility Opportunities Society
British Columbia Mobility Opportunities Society (BCMOS) is an independent non-profit society dedicated to enriching the lives of people with physical disabilities through wilderness recreation.
Hike - Gabe Frame - 604-222-1312
Kayak - Eric Molendyk - 604-688-6464 ext. 117
Purchase a TrailRider
Stephen Hunter - 604-688-6464 ext. 132