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What is the Next Chapter Book Club?
Adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities reading and learning, making friends, and enjoying a fun community gathering place.
How does it work?
Members meet weekly for one hour at local bookstores, coffee shops and cafés to read and discuss a book of their choosing.
Who can participate?
Anyone can participate, no matter their reading or ability level.
Who leads the book clubs?
Trained volunteers facilitate each group. They include students, parents, retirees, people with disabilities, and various community members.
Why join the Next Chapter Book Club?
NCBC members improve literacy skills, make friends, take part in the community, and have a lot of fun doing it!
If you would like to get involved, contact Inclusion Regina today!
Tired of bringing coins to Sir Dancelot?
Don’t like the jingle of the change in your pocket when you’re trying to show off your best dance moves?
We’ve got the answer!
A Sir Dancelot Dance Pass.
You can get your Sir Dancelot Dance Pass for $40.00.
The Dance Pass is valid for 10 (ten) dances.
The use of this card is determined by the rules and guidelines set out by The Regina and District Association for Community Living (RDACL).
The Dance Pass will not be replaced if lost or stolen.
To get your Sir Dancelot Dance Pass card, please visit RDACL office at 2216 Smith Street, Regina.
For more detailed information, please contact RDACL office by phone at 306 790-5680 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like what NBC4 covered on their “Unique Book Club Connects People With Disabilities“, the Next Chapter Book Club (NCBC) really is an amazing program.
Participation in the NCBC provides opportunities for all involved to learn, make friends, and become involved in their communities. Learning is an ongoing process and one to which individuals with disabilities should be afforded equal access. NCBC promote literacy learning in both accessible and socially inclusive manner.
Click here for more detailed information about the program, or if you are interested to participate in our Next Chapter Book Club program.
We hope your experience with NCBC is both enjoyable and rewarding.
Thank you again for participating in this group breaking program.
One of our Let’s Connect graduates, Ruby, sent us this video filmed with her iPad.
We are asking all of our graduates to share their iPad stories, photos or videos with us to help build a learning community on the RDACL website! More to come…
On Wednesday October 22, 2014 about 25 members of staff and Jay‘s parents, Greg and Penny, gathered to recognize Jay’s 5 years of service with Stantec.
Jay received letters of recognition form the President and Vice-president of Stantec, a plaque, and a share in the company. Bob Freisen, who gave Jay the opportunity to work at Stantec, commented that “Jay has been a great addition to our work place.”
Thank you Stantec for supporting inclusion in your workplace.
The Regina Residential Services Co-Management (RRSCC) is a partnership between community organizations and government. It functions to review and respond to requests for residential services, develop and monitor programs and services and allocate resources. The RRSCC is the single point of entry for individuals requiring residential services, providing coordinated planning, referral and service development and review.
The RRSCC partnership reflects a vision that recognizes the shared responsibility of our members in meeting the residential needs of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in Regina. While each member had distinct skills, resources and capacities, all understand the importance of supporting one another as we operate and develop services and programs. We believe that services and programs must respond to the needs of the individuals whom they presently or will serve.
For more information, contact Shannon Weibe at:
2216 Smith St.
Tel: 306. 790.5682
For more information on how to access support in Regina can be found here: accessing residential services and support in Regina. Also, if you want to see more videos by COR click the image below:
National Youth Week is May 1 – 7 every year, that is dedicated to the celebration of youth and their active participation in their community.
Whether it is recreation, drama, sport, dance, civic engagement, art, volunteerism or leadership, every day young people are involved in meaningful activities during their discretionary time.
National Youth Week is a time to honour their involvement!
Through activities, such as recreation and art, youth learn five basic life skills, which include social, moral, ethical, physical and cognition competence.
Additionally, through their involvement, young people are meeting the seven developmental needs which they need in order to feel fully engaged in the world around then.
These needs are: self-definition, physical activity, meaningful participation, mastery and achievement, positive interaction with adults and peers, structure and clear limits, and creative expression.
Lets take this moment as an opportunity for our community to celebrate youth.
Shake our groove at Sir Dancelot,
expand our imagination through Next Chapter Book Club, or
create new friendships with Best Buddies.
The options are yours.
Happy National Youth Week!