The University of British Columbia Okanagan and Autism Okanagan Association along with the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention and the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship (with support from The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research) are proud to present: GET READY … GET SAFE … GO! A Symposium for Supporting Safe and Active Recreation for
Moms – you deserve a nite out! Our very popular event in honour of our wonderful Moms living with autism happens Friday, May 11th. If you are a mom or primary caregiver of someone living with autism please come join us for an evening of great food and drink and company. We will have a
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Kelowna, BC, March 19, 2018)– The Central Okanagan Wildcats and Wild are thrilled to host the 9th annual Special Hockey Tournament in Kelowna March 30&31, 2018 at the Rutland Arena. The Central Okanagan Wildcats Special Hockey program was founded by Phil von Unruh in 2006 to give children and youth with autism
Pacific Autism Family Network is hiring! Spoke Manager, Kelowna, BC (Full-time Position) The Pacific Autism Family Network (PAFN) is a charitable organization, with a mandate to serve the lifespan needs of individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder and all related disorders. With a vision to break down the barriers to access across the
Local teen Kayla, and her friend Kylah, were part of the Junior Volunteer Program at Arion Therapeutic Farm and became friends through it! Hi I’m Kayla. I’ve been coming to Arion since January 2017, and I was part of the Junior Volunteer Program this summer. Arion has always been a safe place for me.