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Life Redesign Day at CONNECT November 25 was full of Aloha!

Hip replacement surgery has given CONNECT CEO John Sherwood a new perspective on physical rehabilitation and hope for a pain-free, active future.

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

Ray Tims, Locations Support Coach, stands outside CONNECT's newly renovated house in Langley.

CONNECT has access to two new spaces, which will be utilized starting in 2016.

CONNECT presented a poster at the 2015 Stroke Congress in Toronto in September. The congress highlighted the latest research and best practices aimed at improving the health of Canadians and creating more survivors.

CONNECT has six months to prepare for its next Accreditation Canada survey, and we want you to get involved.

The RFP is here!

After almost a year of intense relationship building, networking, travel back and forth and even the relocation of our President and COO, Patti, the Request for Proposals (RFP) has been released from Hamilton, Ontario, which could lead to the building of our third CONNECT location.

See below for CONNECT's four priorities over the next year, based on feedback from the following:

Imagine a program where people with brain injuries can practice the social skills learned in rehab to equip them to thrive in a work or community setting.

Former CONNECT resident Janet and her husband Larry kissed winters in Kelowna goodbye for the California sunshine.

"We are very excited about our next adventure," said Larry. "We plan to spend the summers in Kelowna and the winters in Hemet, California."

The golden-skinned pair chose California because they love to be in the sun, but also because Janet's physical and mental health is best in mild, sunny weather.