Author: Rachel Kwong

National Volunteer Week- Alice Wang

Alice has been volunteering with RSSBC since the summer of 2020. She was instrumental in our Rett Syndrome awareness campaign in October. She tirelessly contacted every mayor/city in which a person with Rett Syndrome lived in BC, asking for a light-up event and/or proclamation. It was because of her efforts that we had 10 locations […]

National Volunteer Week- Leigh Anne Stitt

Entrepreneur, Leigh Anne Stitt has been volunteering with RSSBC for two years. She reached out to RSSBC after her niece was diagnosed. She wanted to help not only her niece and family but others like them. Leigh Anne accepted the Vice President position and has been a huge assist to the society. Leigh Anne brings […]

National Volunteer Week- Rachel Kwong

High school student, Rachel Kwong has been volunteering with RSSBC since August 2020. Rachel has been working on perfecting RSSBC’s new website. Each week she looks at the website and ensures that it is current, appealing, and easy for all to use. Without Rachel, RSSBC would not be able to keep our community informed and […]

Easter Tips

Here is Day 4 of our Easter Survival Tips! We would like to remind you that every child is different and unique and responds to stimuli in different ways. Here is what worked for us! Finally, plan ahead. You know your child better than anyone, so anticipate trouble spots before they happen. Pack a busy bag […]

Easter Tips

Here is Day 3 of our Easter Survival Tips! We would like to remind you that every child is different and unique and responds to stimuli in different ways. Here is what worked for us! Go candy-free. Children with special needs often have some sort of food restriction. Eliminate the issue by filling your Easter eggs […]

Easter Tips

Here is Day 2 of our Easter Survival Tips! We would like to remind you that every child is different and unique and responds to stimuli in different ways. Here is what worked for us! Adapt your Easter Egg hunt. No one is less happy than a kid with an empty basket at the end of […]

Easter Tips

Here is Day 1 of our Easter Survival Tips! We would like to remind you that every child is different and unique and responds to stimuli in different ways. Here is what worked for us! Put down that Easter bonnet. The adorable smocking on that fancy Easter dress or the stiff dress shirt and tie might […]