Okanagan Community Accessibility Navigator
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March 2017

In This Issue

  • Claro Learning Centre
  • Speach Teach
  • PIM Wheelchair Basketball
  • Events

The Community Accessibility Navigator highlights several programs or services that enhance the lives of individuals who have a physical, cognitive or sensory disAbility. Join us in helping to promote the good work that is being done and share with individuals interested in healthy adaptive active living activities.
 This initiative is made possible by the generous support of the 


Picture courtesy of Claro Learning Centres.
Claro Learning Centre works with children and youth on the Autism spectrum and children with other neurological development disabilities to help them learn and develop life skills through individualized behaviour support plans. The centre is designed as a sensory sensitive environment that allows students to work semi-privately and with other students. They also feature a complete academic program for youth in grades kindergarten to grade twelve and every staff member is completely dedicated to helping students grow, gain confidence, and shine. To learn more about Claro Learning Centre, please fill out the contact form on their website or email Program Director Jen Vozenilek at
Photo courtesy of Speech Teach.
Adriana Scuka is a certified Speech Language Pathologist who owns and operates Speech Teach in Kelowna. With twenty-five years of experience in the field, Adriana offers services in areas such as aphasia and head injury, autism, child language delay, and early interventions, among others. She offers these services to children and adults in individual and group therapy sessions. Each client is provided with treatment, strategies, and tools to help them reach their goals and to empower them. To book an appointment at Speech Teach, please call Adriana.

Photo courtesy of People In Motion.
With NCAA March Madness fever sweeping across North America, there’s no better time to check out People In Motion’s Wheelchair Basketball program. With two practices a week and trips to provincial and national tournaments each year, Kelowna’s local wheelchair basketball team is a great place for youth and adults to meet new friends and travel. Should you need a sport wheelchair, PIM offers sport wheelchairs for adults and youth to get you started. If you are interested in participating in our program, please call the People In Motion office to schedule a meet and greet with our players.

If you would like to see an event featured here in April, please email us at
Telephone (250) 861-3302
#23-1720 Ethel Street
Kelowna, BC  V1Y 2Y7
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