CIL Activities For All Ages

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These gatherings are informal and a great opportunity for participants to talk to each other and make new friends.  Many of us deal with pain on a daily basis, some of us have lost family members, have had injuries or an illness, while others have been bullied.

But no matter the cause of the pain many specialists agree and recommend that keeping smiles and laughter in our lives is a key point in keeping pain at bay.  Exercise is another element which helps to keep pain at bay, “Keep moving,” they say. If you live in chronic pain, neither of these are easy, but it can be possible. .especially if you take one baby step at a time. No need to be a track star. ;)     We can all remain independent and enjoy life to the fullest.

Do you have an idea for a program or a service? Want to share your experiences, skills and ideas? If so, we would love to hear from you.

If you have any queries or if you’d like to sign up for a group, or facilitate a group of your own, please contact us at:

e-mail: cvilrc@cvilrc.bc.ca

or

Phone: 250-746-3930

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CIL offers multiple opportunities for its clients and friends to de-stress through learning more about computers, smartphones, laptops, tablets, craft and art projects.  We share our strengths and learn your strengths, learn new activities.

Mark your calendars:

Morning Opportunities Available at CIL

Please click on the link to find out more.

  • Chronic Pain-Get together with others who are trying to deal with chronic pain due to illness, injury, bone deterioration and help each other cope.  Facilitator: Lyne-
    •  Please phone Lyne’s cell: 250.510.5117 phone or leave a message,
    • Or phone Lyne at her home phone: 250-597-7402 to make sure of meeting venue and time.
  • Stroke Support Group                       10 am Monday mornings

Afternoon Opportunities Available at CIL 

Please click on the link to find out more.

  • Computer Basics (e-Mail, Microsoft Office, Social Media) with Aislon every Monday Beginners & Wednesday Intermediate 1:00 pm
  • Art group with Clare, Tuesdays, 1-3 pm Currently FULL 
  • Adult Arts and Crafts with Necole –Thursday, 3:30-4:30 pm
  •  Vision Loss Support Group, Tuesday, 1 pm
  • Stroke Support Group with Chris       Friday 1-3 pm Gathering Rm at Island Mental Healthealth
  • Duncan Pain Self-Management Group meets in the Boardroom at the Island Saving Centre, 2687 James Street, Duncan, BC, V9L 2X5 facilitated by Heather Divine,  CEO  PEER led support Group. Meets 2nd Wednesday of Every Month. 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

 


 

  • 16 July Duncan Grand Parade, and Bake Sale
  • 20 July Picnic at Centennial Park, 5 pm
  • 05 September Labour Day Picnic at Fuller Lake, 11:30 am (Chronic Pain Support Group)

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   More Scheduled Activities:

  • Adaptive Sailing with Ray Hedstrom

  • Vision Loss Support Group 

    Ayla & Brian Phone in or email in order to set up a group on any topic in relation to vision loss helping someone navigate through the changes of visual impairment:  the best apps available to you for your smart phones and other devices, we can venture out for a walk on nice days, grab a coffee, be present for peer support help, help you find the best resources in our community and so much more.

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Take-a-Book

CIL now offers books for trade. Stop by to check out our library. All you need to do is bring in a book you’ve already read, look over  our books, and choose one you’ve not yet read.  After you read it, then bring it back, and choose yourself a new book to read.  This way you can keep reading new books at no cost and you can give someone else the same opportunity.

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Coming Soon:

  • Easy Wrap Preparation with Nathalie Brown