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2021 is the year for technology to take off, for increased virtual participation, and to overcome the digital leap. With this in mind, the RCD is hosting a new initiative, RCD ShareNet on the RCD YouTube Channel.  The purpose is to share information on disability-related topics with people with disabilities, their support network, and the public in a timely yet sustainable manner.

Starting February 2021, we are posting videos or live streaming RCD ShareNet every Monday and Wednesday, at 1 p.m. They are short broadcasts of around 10 to 20 minutes, on a specific topic. There are four streams of focus – Disability Information, RCD Information, Peer Sharing and ProChat.

RCD ShareNet Schedules:

March 2021:

2021.03.01    RCD iPad / Tablet Loan Project
2021.03.03    Services for PWD in Canada – Overview: Adults; BC Provincial & Federal Benefits (Cantonese)
2021.03.08    Services for PWD in Canada – Overview: Adults; BC Provincial & Federal Benefits (Mandarin)
2021.03.10    RCD FREE Income Tax Clinic – New Procedures
2021.03.15    Volunteering at RCD
2021.03.17    Interview with Theresa Head – Peer Sharing
2021.03.22    Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPPD) Application – Part 1 of 2
2021.03.24    Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPPD) Application – Part 2 of 2
2021.03.29    RCD Activities – April to June
2021.03.31    RCD Activities – April to June (Chinese)

 

February 2021:

2021.02.01    RCD ShareNet Introduction
2021.02.03    RCD Operations Today; Activities on Zoom; What’s New
2021.02.08    RCD & ShareNet Information (Chinese)
2021.02.10    Services for PWD in Canada - Part 1 of 2 - BC Provincial Benefits – Children
2021.02.15    Meet RCD Family – Staff Interview
2021.02.17    Services for PWD in Canada - Overview; Part 2 of 2 - BC Provincial Benefits - Adults; Federal Benefits
2021.02.24    Tax Information for PWD (English)
2021.02.22    Tax Information for PWD (Mandarin)

 

We welcome you to provide suggestion of topics, email rcd@rcdrichmond.org to let us know of your ideas.

RCD ShareNet is supported by the Government of Canada's Emergency Community Support Fund, through the Richmond Community Foundation.