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Karin Schmidt, occupational therapist, says she's thrilled to be in the Okanagan and excited to learn from CONNECT empowering residents to reach their goals.

Grief is something we all experience that must be acknowledged and addressed in order to have a happy life after loss.

PHOTO - Life Redesign Coach Sandy Grewal shares some laughs with resident Michael Coss

Life Redesign can be as rewarding for employees as it is for residents, says Life Redesign Coach Sandy Grewal, who works at CONNECT in Langley.

A cloudy day couldn't dampen moods at a resident and family barbecue at CONNECT in Langley.

CONNECT received Exemplary Standing with Accreditation Canada following our survey in early June. CONNECT achieved every ROP (Required Organizational Practice) set out by Accreditation Canada. In fact, we met 99.2% of the 396 evaluation standards.

Brain Injury Awareness Month this June was a chance for CONNECT residents to share their thoughts on brain injury. 

Summer has arrived in the Okanagan and CONNECT Lake Country is taking full advantage of the sun.

CONNECT has delivered A Better Way After Brain Injury for more than 20 years, but was officially recognized as one of the 10 Excellent Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Services in BC.

Columbia Speech and Language is offering iTAWC 2016, an Intensive Aphasia treatment program.

CONNECT residents, family and staff celebrated the holiday season in style with the Langley Winter Ball and Lake Country's Ties and Tiaras.

These events are a great opportunity to get together, enjoy music, food and festivities together.

Thanks to everyone who planned, cooked and served at these events. Staff parties were also held in each location to celebrate each other and enjoy the season. A good time was had by all. And to all a good night!