The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a
newsletter for people with diverse abilities
published by Krystian Shaw.
October Edition of KSA Newsletter 2021 contains in
It’s hard to believe it’s Fall already. The weather is changing and the leaves are changing colour, too.
It’s a time to celebrate Autumn with your family or friends and to do fun activities together. You can get out into nature and enjoy the sights and colours.
This October’s newsletter celebrates some of the great things about Fall, including World Cerebral Palsy Day, Thanksgiving, and Halloween. World Cerebral Palsy Day is an opportunity to learn more about Cerebral Palsy and to reduce stigma and discrimination. It is also a chance to promote a good life for people living with Cerebral Palsy and to focus on their abilities more than their disability.
World Cerebral Palsy Day is a very good opportunity to promote awareness. On Thanksgiving, we have a chance to show appreciation for all of the things we have. In Canada, most of us live good lives. We have choices and freedoms that people in other parts of the world don’t always have. Often, we celebrate this by getting together with others and sharing good food, like turkey or ham, vegetables, stuffing, and pumpkin pie.
Halloween is fun because we get to see people dressed up in costumes, hand out candy, play fun games, and see fireworks. Inside there are articles on a fun Halloween movie, a tasty recipe, a word search, activities and a fun arts and crafts project. If you are stuck for ideas, why not see what Spooktacular ideas we have for you!
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