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Alice Rose Retires

By Patti Flaherty

I had the absolute pleasure recently to acknowledge and honour my dear friend Alice Rose.

Alice is retiring from GF Strong Rehab Centre, VCH after 33 years of dedicated, creative and knowledgeable service.

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Announcing the Pushor Mitchell Okanagan Conference on Brain Injury

BrainTrust Canada is a progressive community-based not for profit organization providing direct support to individuals and families living with acquired brain injury, as well as injury prevention awareness and education.  For over 20 years, the Association has been hosting an annual conference on brain injury - a leading educational venue for professionals, family caregivers and people living with acquired brain injury. Previously this conference was held in Naramata, BC.  

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A Unified Front for the Brain Injury Community

The merging of two organizations is bringing a clear and focused purpose to support BC’s brain injury community.

Announced in November 2012, the BC Brain Injury Association (BCBIA) and the Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference Society (PCBICS) are joining together to become one organization with a focused and clear purpose to support the province’s brain injury community. 

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15 Years and it Seems Like Just Yesterday

CONNECT Communities would like to thank and congratulate three employees for celebrating 15 years of service and six employees for celebrating five years of service with the company.

In Langley, Amy Allen, Connie Stover, and Rennie Minhas are celebrating 15 years with CONNECT.

Amy, team coordinator, house staff and rehab educator, first started as a care aide and loves the challenge of her job.

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From Lake Country to Langley and Back Again

Chris Acton, Physical Coach, is returning to CONNECT Lake Country after more than a year working at CONNECT Langley.

"It’s been interesting to experience both sites because while they are both fruits, one is an apple and one is an orange. There are definitely differences, but they share goals and messages."

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