Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter June Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. June 2019 Edition  KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme Launching a New Look The Kamloops Self-Advocate has a new look! After 5 years, we are freshening up the newsletter, making it stand out, and creating a more professional and eye-catching look. We’ll still have all of your favourite sec-tions and great content, all

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter May, 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. May Edition of KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme Celebrating Mental Health Join us for Mental Health Week! The Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter team and Glenn Hike from the Big E are going to host “Cracking Up”, a comedy documentary about an amazing program called Stand Up for Mental Health. It discusses true personal

Krystian Shaw.

Hi, my Name is Krystian Shaw. Wow, I can’t believe that it’s been over 5 years now since I started running my own newsletter business. The Kamloops Self Advocate newsletter is growing bigger than ever. I now deliver 140 newsletters to 45 businesses around Kamloops.  As a result, I now have had to hire another self-advocate to help with the deliveries. I also reach many more people far beyond Kamloops

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter April 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. April 2019 Edition  KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme The Newsletter is Growing! One of the goals of the Kamloops Self-Advocate is advocating for others and talking about important issues. We also think it is important to have fun. With that in mind, you will find some interesting articles and columns that will

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter March 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. March 2019 Edition  KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme A Growing Success Five years ago, the Kamloops Self-Advocate newsletter started with a goal of writing for and about people with diverse abilities. Over the years, we’ve been really successful and now our goal is to continue sharing success stories with the whole community.

Branching out into Other Social Issues

By Krystian Shaw (Kamloops, B.C.)   Hi my name is Krystian Shaw. As many of you already know, I own, as well as run The Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter for the last 5 years. Now I am branching out doing podcasts which focus on disability awareness, success stories and inclusion for all, just like my newsletter does. I am also branching out with people who are homeless, otherwise known as

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter Febuary, 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. February Edition of KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme THERE IS A NEW GROUP IN TOWN! OVERVIEW/PURPOSE Starting Friday, February 15th 2019 a new peer mediated self advocacy group will be starting up at Prima Enterprises located at #102-1103 12th Street. The goal of this group is to facilitate community building and helping

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter January, 2019 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.   January Edition of KSA Newsletter 2019 contains in This month’s theme It is a new year and there are lots of new things to look forward to with the KSA! We are very excited to go international with this newsletter. Not only that, we’ve got a podcast, new forums on the web-site, and we

The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter December 2018 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. December 2018 Edition  KSA  Newsletter 2018 contains in This month’s theme Happy Holidays to our readers, advertisers and supporters who help our newsletter grow. I would like to say this year has been great because we celebrated our 5th anniversary this year in September. I am looking forward to the new year and hope everyone

Travel tips from the city’s self-advocate

Kristian Shaw will discuss accessible travel for people with physical or intellectual disabilities during a lecture at Big Little Science Centre on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Shaw, 29, has developmental disabilities and an anxiety disorder. Photograph By Dave Eagles/KTW     For people with physical or intellectual disabilities, travel can pose challenges. Something as simple as booking transportation could require room for a wheelchair. Hotel washrooms might not have enough room

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