Handy Circle Resource Society provides information for people with disabilities and special needs, regarding programs and services in the community of Prince George.

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Handy Circle Resource Society

provides and promotes public awareness of the needs of the disabled.

Peer counselling, Information and referral services for special needs.

Workshops / seminars / conferences on topics such as financial security, housing, transportation,entertainment and self-help skills etc. Handy Circle promotes social and recreational interaction as a drop in service.

Basic computer and office skills training, and painting are among the classes offered.
Office hours are: Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm.

 

 

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Remembering
Vivienne Candy Founder of Handy Circle Resource Society passed away April 2007 but she is still in spirit through the Handy Circle Resource Society 101-490 Quebec Street Prince George BC.  She was the driving force behind changes in Prince George; Vivienne made it a practice to visit every new civic building in town to see if it passes standards for wheelchair accessibility. And if what she sees does n’t cut it, she would try to gets it changed.
Vivienne was energetic, feisty woman who is not afraid to speak her mind. She gave credit where it is due

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