The University of British Columbia is developing a research project and would like to hear from you!
Please read the Invitation letter HERE
Ben Mattlin is the author of the memoir “Miracle Boy Grows Up.”
Disability is a weekly series of essays, art and opinion by and about people living with disabilities, and this is his latest “A Disabled Life is a Life Worth Living”
LEARNING SUPPORTS FOR PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY (LSPD) FUNDING
To assist persons living with disabilities
achieve their learning goals.
To be eligible for funding, you must be:
- 18 years of age
- living with a disability
- a resident of the Northwest Territories
- involved in a learning activity which demonstrates a commitment to achieving employment or educational goals
- unable to secure funding from any other source
We are accepting applications for the 2016-2017 year now, so apply early!!
If you are interested and want to find out if you are eligible or want more information, please contact us at; Toll free: 1-800-491-8885/ in Yellowknife: 867-873-8230 or email: email@example.com
Find out more about this and our other programs at: www.nwtdc.net
Old Health Care Card New Health Care Card
Most residents of the NWT will need to renew their health care cards in 2016. Residents can check the expiry dates found on the bottom right hand of the card to see if their health care card will be expiring soon. You can renew your cards up to four months before it expires.
This year, the health care card will have a new look. The new health care cards will not affect residents’ health care coverage. Residents will continue to receive the same coverage for basic hospital and medical treatment. This means that anyone with a valid NWT health care card can go to a hospital or health centre for treatment and not have to pay for medically necessary health services. Residents need to renew their cards before their cards expiry date so that their coverage is not interrupted. For a list of frequently asked questions about the Health Care Card Renewal Process and their answers please click here.
To get the renewal application forms go to www.hss.gov.nt.ca. If you do not have internet or require assistance in filling out the form, our IRS Coordinator Linda Celotti would be happy to help. You can reach Linda at 867-873-8230, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind continues to ensure all people in the Northwest Territories with vision loss or changing vision have the necessary devices to maintain independence, continue reading, cooking, doing crafts or hobbies, and living just as they had prior to vision loss.
CNIB is happy to provide information on eye conditions, eye care, eye health, and living with vision loss and changing vision.
Please feel free to distribute the newsletter to your staff, clients, or make available in common areas or waiting rooms.
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Yellowknife, NT X1A 2N6
Located in the Lower Level of the Scotia Centre
You can read the complete newsletter here.