Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter August 2017 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   August 2017 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Have you checked out the CBC’s Canada 2017 Yearbook? It is part of this year’s big 150th birthday celebration. They are collecting stories about why people love Canada and anything related to Canada. The yearbook will be published in the fall of 2017

They said I’d never read or write. Now I run a newsletter for Canadians with disabilities.

I had a dream of doing something big that I felt Canada could offer me.’ Canada 2017 · June 26 Krystian Shaw publishes his newsletter out of Kamloops, B.C., but the monthly issues are for all Canadians. He shares tips for mental well-being and combats the stigma and discrimination that often impacts people with intellectual, emotional or physical disabilities. (Krystian Shaw) Born with disabilities, Krystian Shaw has worked to become

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter July, 2017 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   July,2017 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Celebration of Canada’s 150th BIRTHDAY Click here to read the newsletter KSA July 2017 (1)   If you would like to contact the newsletter, you can Contact us at: 113-540 Seymour St,. Kamloops, BC V2C 2G9 Email thekamloopsselfadvocate@yahoo.com

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter June 2017 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   June 2017 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Celebration 150 Watch for the July’s newsletter, celebrating Canada’s Big Birthday! The 150th Birthday newsletter is going to be full of all things Canada, with articles about Canadian inventions, Canadian talent, interviews about why people love Canada, and special events for Canada Day.

Big Bike Ride Event for Heart and Stroke Foudation of Canada his Kamloops Self-Advocacy Newsletter team did

  Krystian Shaw 2nd story Big Bike Ride Event June 01, 2017   June started off great this year.   As a business owner, running “The Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter” can be a challenge but also brings much joy with opportunities that come along in helping out charities when needed. The Newsletter promotes inclusion and success stories in the effort to reduce stigma and discrimination around all diverse abilities by not dwelling on

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter May 2017 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   May  2017 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Big Daddy Tazz: Breaking Down Mental Health Stigma, One Laugh at a Time Interviewed by Krystian Shaw Big Daddy Tazz is a great mental health awareness raising comedian, and is also a Canadian living in Manitoba. What made you want to become a

The Wellness Toolbox

The Wellness Tool Box by Kristian Shaw Kristian Shaw was on CFJC TV The midday show in Kamloops promoting The Wellness Toolbox on April 06, 2017   Wellness Toolbox classes are now on, proudly sponsored by Let’s Move Studio and Interior Wellness. It’s going pretty well. It is exciting to see a mix of people coming from the community. 12 people showed up at the first class and 10 people

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter April 2017 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   April  2017 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Welcome to spring our loyal readers! This month is about Easter, April Fools, and lots more. There is a fun April fools recipe and that’s no joke! We have some great tips for safely making easter eggs and be sure to check out

Lessons from our children: never say never

By Linda Shaw     The biggest and most surprising journey of my life has been being Krystian’s mom. Krystian was born premature. At first, I was told he was delayed, but would catch up. Later I was told he was developmentally delayed and would never catch up, probably never being able to read or write. When Krystian was seven, I bought him a computer. It was amazing to see

Advocating for better laws in Canada

By Krystian Shaw     My mom and I and my support worker have been advocating for better laws in Canada. We have been advocating for better trained law enforcement, medical staff, health authorities, and non profit housing providers and landlords.   My worker from the disability field who provides me assistance says things could be better in the justice system with police and corrections and prosecutors and judges in

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