Friday, 21 July 2017
Thursday, 20 July 2017
Alison's research project is titled Rethinking Early Intervention Therapy with Indigenous Communities and Families in Northern British Columbia: A Critical Inquiry.
Read the full Prince George Citizen article
Wednesday, 19 July 2017
|You are invited to submit a response to this Request for Proposals (RFP) document as a potential provider of hand therapy (the "Services").|
To read more go to www.bcbid.ca and search solicitation number 052-2017
Monday, 17 July 2017
1:30pm-4:00pm (driver check-ups)
5778 176A Street
REGISTER: Deadline September 1, 2017
Includes refreshments & materials
Technician training is limited to 10 participants
Interested in this event coming to your community? Let us know!
Friday, 14 July 2017
Services offered include:
- Behavioural intervention
- Respite care
- Mentorship programs
- A therapeutic/recreational room
- Recreational programs, including hiking, camps, after school programs and "parents day off"
More information about the Unique Get Together Society
Thursday, 13 July 2017
The 2017 CAOT-BC Private Practice Survey Results and Suggested Fee Guidelines are now available! This document summarizes fee survey results and is meant to be used for professional information purposes only.
Please use this document as a resources for your practice and distribute widely to your networks:
Private Practice OT Services in BC (2017): Survey Results and Suggested Fee Guidelines
Wednesday, 12 July 2017
The Ministry will be seeking proposals from proponents who can implement the support program for children and youth moving to legally permanent homes.. The children and youth may be Aboriginal, may have other ethnicity, and may have a wide range of special needs.
It is anticipated that the budget for this support service will be approximately $450,000 annually.
The Ministry's objective is to increase supports for children and youth as well as foster families and permanency families involved in the transition process. The process is intended to be fair, open and transparent, and to provide vendors with fair access to information on procurement opportunities, processes and results.
The Ministry is currently developing service requirements and anticipates the posting of the Request for Proposals on BC Bid in mid July 2017. The RFP will be posted for a 3 week period. The RFP will invite responses from qualified suppliers with the experience, capacity and qualifications to provide services in the identified area. The full scope of the opportunity will be contained in the RFP and it is anticipated that no additional information will be made available prior to posting.
Please direct any queries, in writing to: Laurel Richardson, Procurement and Contract Specialist
Did you know?
CAOT-BC maintains an annual subscription to BC Bid notifications to help occupational therapists be aware of opportunities. CAOT-BC staff monitor BC Bid for opportunities for occupational therapists including contracts, RFPs in health services, social services and adult education programs. Check out our Facebook page or current OTalk edition for opportunities.
Monday, 10 July 2017
Friday, 7 July 2017
2nd floor, 1337 St. Andrews Ave, North Vancouver