THE FASTER, EASIER WAY TO RETURN YOUR DRINK CONTAINERS. NO SORTING, NO LINE-UPS, NO HANDLING CASH
Return-It Express is the simple and convenient way to return your beverage containers for refund and support your favourite charity ! With Express, you no longer need to spend time counting and sorting your containers - just bag them and drop them off at an Express Depot. We'll do the rest!
Return your empties in 3 easy steps:
1.Bring your unsorted containers in sealed, clear or transparent bags of under 90-litre capacity to an Express site. Tip: put only a maximum of 12 glass bottles in each bag to prevent breakage. Find an Express site near you.
2.Use the phone number of SBHABC 604 878 7000 to log in at an Express Kiosk.
Print your tags, tag your bags, and leave them with us.
3. We'll sort and count the containers and SBHABC’S Return It Express Account will be credited with your deposit refund.
To Find a Return It Express location near you visit check out their map
SBHABC Board Meeting
Wednesday, January 17, 2024 @ 6:30 p.m. Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Board meeting
SBHABC has partnered with Tru Earth for an ongoing fundraiser.
Tru Earth® based in Vancouver, Canada is a leading eco-friendly
household product company committed to eliminating plastic from landfills and oceans.
At its core, you’ll discover that Tru Earth, is a movement (#TruEarthMovementTM).
Tru Earth’s mission is the make true lasting change that helps save the planet. The
focus is the elimination of plastic.
One of their popular items is their laundry strips which are ultra-concentrated, hypoallergenic liquidless laundry detergent that you just toss in the wash. Its low-
sudsing formula works in all types of washing machines, including high-efficiency (HE).
When you buy their products using our link ,our organization will earn at least 20% on every sale made through our fundraiser,
allowing you to purchase any time you need. The complete lineup of Tru Earth's eco-
friendly products is available on our fundraising shop page. All you need to do is
purchase through our link and you are supporting our efforts!
Research Study Opportunity for Youth 12 to 30 yrs living with a Physical Disability -McGill University ( Posted Jan 2021)
We are conducting a research project to evaluate participation in daily activities at home, school, community, and the workplace, using a questionnaire called the Y-PEM (Youth, Young Adult Participation and Environment). We need your assistance to test whether the Y-PEM can capture your participation and whether it is valid and consistent. If you are interested to be part of our study, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
For more information click here.
Paid Research Opportunity
Evaluating marketing messages for Physical activity campaigns ( 18yrs +) Queens University Revved Up Lab is recruiting participants 18yrs + with a self-identified physical disability. For more info click here
Free Online Course for Professionals working with Parents with Physical Disabilities
Course - Caring for Pregnant and New Parents with Physical Disabilities #17969
Developed by Karen Hodge, Melanie Basso & Amanda Lee
For more info or to register, click Here
is A FREE online tool that families and people with disabilities can use to create a beautiful and personalized information booklet for a loved one or for themselves.
Are you tired of constantly repeating your "story" to doctors, teachers, therapists, friends, and family?
Do you wish all your important information was in one document?
Do you wish you could share more than just the medical and diagnostic facts?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you'll want YOUR OWN myBooklet now!
Click Here to get started.
Participate In Research
Nov 20, 2019 Survey on Accessibility in Canada
KITE, which is the research arm of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is conducting on accessibility in Canada. The purpose of the study is to learn about the main barriers to accessibility that persons with a disability, older adults (65 years old or older) who do not have a disability, and caregivers for persons with a disability encounter in Canada.
Click Here to learn how you can be involved.
Oct 30, 2019 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR PEOPLE WITH
DISABILITIES AND THEIR CAREGIVERS
Dr. Mortenson and his research team from the University of British Columbia are looking for volunteers to participate in a study prioritizing technological solutions for people with disabilities and their caregivers.
Click Here to learn how you can be involved.
PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH: A study for youth with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus 12-26
How do you think and feel about your body and what things affect the way you eat?
A research team at the Bloorview Research Institute is doing a study to explore eating behaviours and body image in young people with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus (SBH). As part of this, they are asking young people aged 12-26 with SBH to fill out an online survey to tell them about their eating behaviours and body image. The results of this study will help healthcare professionals improve their care when working with young people with SBH.
To take part in this study, we will ask you to complete an online survey. This survey will ask you about your eating habits and how you feel about your body. The survey will take about 30 minutes to complete.
This is the first study to look at this topic in Canada!
You do not have to take part in this research study. Any decision you make will have no impact on the care you receive at Holland Bloorview or anywhere else.
If you are interested in participating in this study, please click on the following link: https://redcap.link/SB
If you have any questions, please contact the Research Coordinator, Revi Bonder, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CANADA'S FIRST EVIDENCE-BASED PRENATAL EDUCATION PROGRAM VIA TEXT MESSAGING
Text messages are delivered at no cost, are timed to be relevant to gestational age, and include links to online resources and local services. The program also offers supplemental text messages for specific concerns. SmartMom is endorsed by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada ( SOGC).
For more info visit smartmomcanada.ca
Our Sincere Thanks to Dean Chernoff, Becky, Harmony Ward Loop, Crystal Carroll and Amanda L for hosting Facebook fundraisers on their birthdays. Many Thanks to their friends and family who gave a donation to us on their behalf.