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Published by GNN. Article by IAN HUTCHINSON
Photo: Marthe Love and Brad Thomas pictured above.

The relationships one forges plays a key role to success in business, but strip away the dollars and the brand somebody represents and if those relationships become stronger, it says more about the person and the people he deals with than any bottom line possibly could.

We are almost there CONNECT! We have completed the Accreditation requirement for the Canadian Patient Safety Tool. We only need eight more people to complete the Worklife Pulse survey.

Minister of Health Terry Lake recently announced the Province of British Columbia will provide $3 million in funding to the Brain Injury Alliance over the course of three years.

You’re always up-to-date on the latest technology trends. You have a strong background in IT and are able to use your expertise and enthusiasm to help others.  You are a strong communicator and collaborator, especially with non IT people, and have a knack for thinking out of the box to find creative solutions. 

Michael Garing, a Service Resource Coach at CONNECT, credits his former volleyball coach at Zambales National High School in the Philippines with helping him learn important life lessons.

Life is the best education and therapy assistant students at Okanagan College were treated to real life learning when CONNECT residents visited the classroom to share their experiences.

Climbing the stairs of a 48-storey building doesn't intimidate Michael Coss.

Residents at CONNECT Lake Country are flexing their creative muscles during a new weekly drawing and painting studio. The studio gives participants the opportunity to work on creative projects in a fun, social environment every Thursday morning.

Amadee and her mom Kathy spend every day together at CONNECT. As they sit together creating decorations for the house, it's clear they feel at home.