What's new in the BCWBS Office
It is National Accessibility Week. Let's celebrate by thanking all of our facility partners, sport program partners and our amazing members and clubs for all they do, everyday, to deliver such amazing programs for us to participate in. #AccessibleCanada
The Richmond Olympic Oval is celebrating National Accessibility Week, by showcasing adapted training programs this week as part of their OVAL FIT schedule.
For any athletes looking for additional adapted strength and conditioning programs, Steve Ramsbottom with the Performance Institute offers wheelchair training programs. Check them out! Steve is also hosting Thursday morning work-outs as part of our Let's Play Virtual Session which run until June 19th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for one of these too.
BCWBS Wheelchair Loan Program. Reminder that renewals will begin September 2020. Please email Nadine if you have any questions or need further information.
Wheelchair Basketball Canada is looking for input with their members survey.
Input from the surveys will be used to inform marketing and communication decisions. Please note that all answers will be kept completely confidential. As an incentive, anyone who fills in the survey will be entered into a draw to win a $100 gift card.
EN - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GYJFFCT
FR - https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/GMGWH6B
BCWBS is still continuing to monitor the information provided by public health officials and is in regular contact with viaSport BC and Wheelchair Basketball Canada as we move towards establishing guidelines for Return to Sport. As soon as we have additional information and an approval of our Return to Sport plan, we will circulate to all of our clubs.