Remote part time job opportunity! BC People First Non-Profit Society is looking for a new Provincial Coordinator. Contract is 32 hours per month from home at $24.75/hour, one year contract (with high probability of renewal, our current Coordinator has been with us since 2015) Required: One evening meeting per month, ability to attend in person events yearly, and all other hours are flexible. Posting closes May 2nd 2019.
Submission by David Johnston, Director of BCPF and Ariel Pavic, Provincial Coordinator BCPF Title: BC People First in partnership with CLBC South Fraser Region Self Advocates “I Be Proud, You Be Proud” Conference 2018 The BC People First Society In partnership with CLBC South Fraser Region Self Advocates held the “I Be Proud, You Be Proud” Leadership Conference on March 15th 2018. Self Advocates from across the South Fraser
David Johnston Before I tell you why I ran for the People First National board I think I should tell you what People First of Canada is all about. People First of Canada http://www.peoplefirstofcanada.ca/ has a one representative from each province of Canada that sits on the national committee; it is usually the president. People First of Canada advocates for self-advocates all over Canada on different issues like affordable
BC PEOPLE FIRST Notice of 2018 All General Meeting WHEN: Thursday March 15th 2018, 2:30-4:30pm LOCATION: Abbotsford Quality Hotel and Conference Centre 36035 North Parallel Road, Abbotsford BC V3G 2C6 ON THE AGENDA: President’s Report, Treasurer’s Report, Elections of 5 new Directors, Review and approval of new Bylaws and Constitution to bring BCPF into compliance with the new BC Societies Act. COST: The AGM is FREE for all BCPF members. If
We have lots to catch our members and supporters up on! Check out our Summer 2017 Newsletter! Inside: Letter from the new President of BCPF: Michael McLellan Announcing the 2017-2018 BCPF Board of Directors and Vacancy in the position of Regional Director of the Lower Mainland East and Fraser Valley Member Highlight: Brayden Walterhouse 2017 Inclusion BC Conference Recap by Michael McLellan Plain Language Translation Kids Brain Health Network Survey Get
By: Conrad Tyrkin and Michael McLellan. The BC People First Society (BCPF for short) is a Non-Profit Provincial organization that is part of a larger national movement. There are now People First groups all over the world! We work to make sure that people with a developmental disability are respected and included in communities as full citizens. We do this by supporting each other to speak up for
If you are a person affected by Cerebral Palsy, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorders (self advocate adult or teen, parent of a child with CP, FASD, ASD, elementary school teacher, high school teacher, Educational Assistant, Early Childhood Educator (pre-school), Family Physician, ER Physician, Psychiatrist, nurse, Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, University based researcher, Social Worker, Frontline worker delivering interventions to children or youth with CP, ASD,
12 Jul 2017 Hi Everybody, We would like to share with you an article that was written by Kory Earle, President of People First of Canada, and Natalie Spagnuolo, a friend of People First of Canada. People First of Canada is the national voice for people who have been labeled with an intellectual disability. We have been fighting the institutionalization of people with intellectual disabilities since the movement began in Canada in
ALL GENERAL MEETING AND CALL FOR NOMINATIONS 13 Mar 2017 Call for nominations for the Board of Directors of BC People First! The Nominations are due April 23, 2017. Elections will be held at the AGM on Sunday April 30th, 2017. Visit our Events page for more details: click here. Dear Members of BC People First: The BC People First Society (BCPF) is a non-profit provincial organization that is
BC People First is celebrating Community Living month with 2 important presentations about the important work we do advocating for a diverse community where all people are: included and involved; honoured and respected; seen for their abilities, and supported to participate. Please join us on October 24th, in Coquitlam, 7-8:30pm for an Introduction to BC People First and Education on the the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities.