Selfadvocatenet.com Christmas Special Edition Recipe These are cookies my mother has been making since I was a little girl. They are melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Prep: 30 mins cook: 5 mins additional: 2 hrs 30 mins total: 3 hrs 5 mins Servings: 72 Yield: 6 dozen cookies Ingredients Ingredient Checklist 1 cup butter, softened ¾ cup white sugar 1 egg 2 tablespoons whole milk 1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups all-purpose
Old Fashioned Butter Cookies with Butter Frosting
Selfadvocatenet.com Christmas Special Edition for Month of Dec If you haven’t tried this classic holiday dessert because you thought it required advanced baking and pastry skill, then get ready to buche up this Noel, since the techniques required are actually quite simple. This classic holiday dessert is a showstopper, but it’s often better looking than it is tasting, which is not the case here, thanks to a simple-to-make, rich chocolate
Selfadvocatenet.com Recipe for Month of Dec We love the subtle flavor of cinnamon with fresh mint in these vegetarian cabbage rolls stuffed with couscous, olives and feta cheese. Don’t worry if your cabbage leaves tear a little when you pull them off the head; they will wrap up just fine. As a precaution you can cook a couple extra leaves and roll two partly overlapping if needed. Serve with roasted
Thursday, December 3, 2020 10:30 AM Mitzi Dean, Minister of Children and Family Development, has issued the following statement in response to the Dec. 3, 2020, report from the representative for children and youth: “I would like to thank the representative for children and youth for this report, and I am especially grateful to the families who shared their personal experiences. Children and youth with special needs (CYSN) and their
December 2nd,2020 Key to Home: New resources to help you increase inclusive housing in your community A new video and web site called Key to Home has been launched to help individuals with developmental disabilities, their families and service providers build awareness in their local communities for more inclusive housing. The web site can be found here.The web site provides research information on the need for inclusive housing in B.C.
Victoria Wednesday, December 2, 2020 11:50 AM More than 600 new affordable rental homes are on the way for people with low- to-moderate incomes through the Building BC: Community Housing Fund. “These projects will mean new, affordable homes for a wide range of people – from seniors on fixed incomes to growing families and people with disabilities,” said David Eby, Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Housing. “There’s a lot
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a Newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. November Edition KSA Newsletter 2020 contains in This month’s theme This month we are celebrating Remembrance Day. It’s a day to remember the soldiers that have served our country and the many who died for our freedom, allowing us to live as full citizens. We also have lots of wonderful articles and stories in
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Government of Canada extends deadline to apply for the Disability Tax Credit to receive the COVID-19 one-time payment for persons with disabilities
News release October 23, 2020 Gatineau, Quebec Employment and Social Development Canada The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply affected the lives and health of all Canadians, and disproportionately affected Canadians with disabilities as they continue to face many long-standing barriers further heightened by the pandemic. It is for this reason that the Government of Canada is continuing to
Hi my name is Mark Skelton I live in Ladysmith, BC. I am a self advocate. Before the coronavirus pandemic I was going out with groups, working part time, doing Special Olympics BC swimming and doing stuff with friends. The first four months of this pandemic my support was distance support meaning I spent a lot of time on zoom. I have also stopped working. The boredom got very crazy.