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VISIT THE MOBILE MULTI-SENSORY ROOM AT THE NSDRC OFFICE, OR HAVE IT COME TO YOU

The Mobile Multi-sensory Room is a true community resource; in addition to its use in NSDRC programming, our friendly and reliable facilitators will travel across the Lower Mainland to share it with others.

 

RENTAL INFORMATION

 

There is no one-size-fits-all pricing because there is no one-size-fits-all need. That’s why we work with you to customize your Mobile Multi-sensory Room packages.

  • Families may opt to have the van come to their home, or visit the van at our office.
  • Some organizations will schedule our multi-sensory environment to be onsite once or twice a month, to complement other self-care resources they make available to their employees, students, residents, and clients.
  • Schools may opt to have the van on-site during school hours, and make it available to multiple students throughout the day.
  • Other organizations will choose to use the van at special events and engagements held throughout the year.

 

CLEANING & VIRUS PREVENTION PRECAUTIONS

We want to ensure participants, family and caregivers feel safe in our multi-sensory environment. We understand the concern over potential infections and take precautions to ensure the space is cleaned thoroughly after each use.

  • The Multi-Sensory Room is regularly cleaned using an Electrostatic Spray Disinfection system as well as disinfecting wipes (such as Lysol and Cavi wipes) to ensure your safety before and after each use.
  • Room capacity is two (2) people. Only one (1) user and a facilitator who is part of that user’s ‘bubble’ will have access to the room during the session.
  • Hand sanitizer is available for use before and after each session
  • We ask that participants, family and caregivers reschedule if they are feeling ill.

 

CONTACT

If you have specific questions we haven’t covered here, please contact Lisa Cussen at l.cussen@nsdrc.org.

LET'S BUILD BETTER COMMUNITIES

 

Our events help bring us together to raise funds to support participants in programs and services that rely on donations and fundraising. Let's work together to help people with disabilities live with dignity, freedom and joy. Our events are open to anyone.

 

BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES LUNCHEON - SEPTEMBER 25, 2024

 

Our 2024 luncheon is a fundraiser in support of the North Shore Disability Resource Centre's Information & Advocacy Program. This program is a valuable resource for information about programs and services for people with disabilities, their caregivers and families. This program is a vital part of the North Shore Disability Resource Centre and our community. Often the first point of contact for families and caregivers, this program does not receive any direct funding from government organizations. We invite you to attend our luncheon and help us raise funds to support the Information & Advocacy Program.

 

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TAKE PART IN OUR EVENT AS A SPONSOR

 

Sponsors and donors are integral to a successful event. We work to ensure businesses who partner with us for the event receive brand recognition before, during and after the event. We have both cash and in-kind opportunities. We also welcome donations for our raffle and silent auction for the event.

 

Interested in becoming a sponsor or donating to our Luncheon? Please reach out to Teri Taylor, Manager of Communications and Partnerships at t.taylor@nsdrc.org. View sponsorship package .

 

We want to welcome aboard and thank the following sponsors!

 

CHAMPION SPONSOR

ADVOCATE SPONSOR

COMMUNITY SPONSOR

VISIT THE MOBILE MULTI-SENSORY ROOM AT THE NSDRC OFFICE, OR HAVE IT COME TO YOU

The Mobile Multi-sensory Room is a true community resource; in addition to its use in NSDRC programming, our friendly and reliable facilitators will travel across the Lower Mainland to share it with others.

 

RENTAL INFORMATION

 

There is no one-size-fits-all pricing because there is no one-size-fits-all need. That’s why we work with you to customize your Mobile Multi-sensory Room packages.

  • Families may opt to have the van come to their home, or visit the van at our office.
  • Some organizations will schedule our multi-sensory environment to be onsite once or twice a month, to complement other self-care resources they make available to their employees, students, residents, and clients.
  • Schools may opt to have the van on-site during school hours, and make it available to multiple students throughout the day.
  • Other organizations will choose to use the van at special events and engagements held throughout the year.

 

CLEANING & VIRUS PREVENTION PRECAUTIONS

We want to ensure participants, family and caregivers feel safe in our multi-sensory environment. We understand the concern over potential infections and take precautions to ensure the space is cleaned thoroughly after each use.

  • The Multi-Sensory Room is regularly cleaned using an Electrostatic Spray Disinfection system as well as disinfecting wipes (such as Lysol and Cavi wipes) to ensure your safety before and after each use.
  • Room capacity is two (2) people. Only one (1) user and a facilitator who is part of that user’s ‘bubble’ will have access to the room during the session.
  • Hand sanitizer is available for use before and after each session
  • We ask that participants, family and caregivers reschedule if they are feeling ill.

 

CONTACT

If you have specific questions we haven’t covered here, please contact Lisa Cussen at l.cussen@nsdrc.org.

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North Shore Disability Resource Centre

3158 Mountain Highway

North Vancouver, BC

V7K 2H5

phone: 604-985-5371

fax: 604-985-7594

email: nsdrc@nsdrc.org

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The NSDRC was started by a group of families in 1976. In the years since, we have worked for a "Community for All" by developing and providing community housing, infant development programs, youth groups, community-based services, and information and advocacy.

We are grateful for the opportunity to work, live and play on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.

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