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.
I am so excited that my school district #73 here in Kamloops has given adults from age 19 on the opportunity of Street School education to receive their Dogwood diploma. Having a dogwood is huge for making a better life for ones self. What’s more exciting to me is everyone is included, even those with disabilities and challenges. This is possible because the Government has also made available free personal
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. May 2018 Edition KSA Newsletter 2018 contains in This month’s theme Law Enforcement Training For Unbiased Policing By Krystian The BC Government was looking for ideas and feedback on how to promote unbiased policing. They wanted to get ideas from everyone who has had unfavourable personal experiences with policing due to being differently-abled.
The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw. April 2018 Edition KSA Newsletter contains in This month’s theme Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion Let’s celebrate diversity this month and ways to keep our bodies and minds active. Inclusion is wonderful and celebrating diversity is a great opportunity to reflect on all of the positive things we have in our lives, even if
The Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter focuses on disablity awareness and success stories to reduce stigma and discrimination around all diverse abilities, please feel free to donate or ride with us. We are very excited to be riding this May 31st. We will be wearing RainBow Colors for inclusion and equality again. Talk soon. Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death for Canadian men and women. As a matter of
Hi. My Name is Krystian Shaw and I have diverse abilities and in some ways, I am differently abled. I embrace inclusion and diverse abilities. Not too long ago, you wouldn’t think of those who are differently abled could mingle or be included with the general public. Thanks to the hard work of CLBC and their partners, as well as self-advocates, that reality has changed. I used to be failure