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April 2014

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We recently had a presenter from Vancity come speak to our members about the dangers of fraud and various prevention methods. During the talk a lot of interesting questions were asked! Of course when you have a financial person give a talk, the conversation can veer off into all sorts of interesting directions. One member asked about title insurance for home owners - and our lovely presenter sent us some follow-up information, which we thought we'd share with you.

Click here to view an informational sheet about Homeowners Title Insurance.

We will be closed for Easter on Monday, April 21st 2014. We will re-open on Tuesday, April 22nd.

We are hiring an Intake Coordinator! You are the right person to join our team if you are adaptable, can remain grounded and calm despite being pulled in multiple directions and have experience with front line social services work.

Click here to read the full job description.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Every year we have an amazing time at the Victoria Day Parade. Come join us on Monday, May 19th as we drive through the parade in style - in a big red bus!

If you would like to join us, call reception at (250) 598-9339 and ask for Anna, or e-mail Anna at admin@vbis.ca.

See you there!

The Northeast Center for Special Care has released a document that outlines some of the benefits of music therapy session for those who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury. In the document, Rick Shoshensky talks of the many benefits that have been documented through individual participation in the process of creating music, both in a group and independently depending on one's comfort level.

For example, music is an exploratory act of self-reflection, which allows the creator to build self-confidence through artistic expression and tracking individual progression rather than focusing on...