The Kamloops Self-Advocate is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw, featuring interviews, upcoming events, tips, stories and more.
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The Kamloops Self-Advocate is a newsletter for and about differently abled
people. Our mission is to present positive stories that highlight people’s
successes while entertaining and educating our readership. We also aim to
create opportunities for individuals to voice their opinions and concerns. We
hope to improve people’s lives and help to erase the stigma around diverse
abilities and mental health issues.
Our goal for the future is to have an advisory group that can guide this process
and help to make it even more successful. Our other goal is to have contests
around disabilities like autism for special awareness days or months.
We need to expand this beyond service providers/agencies and get it out into the
community more, so we can help educate the next generation and the whole
We believe in inclusion and equality and less segregation from society.
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. January 2018 Edition KSA Newsletter 2018 contains in This month’s theme Exercise Ideas For The New Year It’s that time of year again…time to focus on your New Year’s resolutions. Many people begin an exercise program, but abandon it before Easter. However, you can increase your chances for long-term success if you follow these
CLBC Kamloops on December 13th, 2017 put on this celebration on for Krystian’s accomplishments. And that he was featured in the, “What’s Your Story?” book about Canada’s 150th This was taking in the Kamloops This Week Newspaper December 19, 2017 Kamloops disability advocate tells his story to the nation Community Living B.C. integrated services manager Grant Huffman (left) joins Krystian Shaw and a roomful of his supporters during a celebration
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. December,2017 Edition KSA Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme Well, another year has gone by. Soon it will be 2018. But right now, Christmas and other Holidays all around the world in December is a great time to spend with your family, friends, co-workers, and significant others. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, the
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. November 2017 Edition KSA Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme The Province is re-establishing the British Columbia Human Rights Commission. To do this thoughtfully, feedback is being gathered to help guide decisions on the role, functions and priorities of the new commission. There is much to think about, and sharing your thoughts is
By Krystian Shaw In the States, they have a DVD out called “Be safe the movie”. It is a training DVD that teaches police and those with all kinds of disabilities to work together. Many people are alarmed by how many developmentally delayed people have been mishandled by police, mostly in the States, in some instances to the point of someone dying needlessly. If police lack understanding of