New books in the library: December additions

The library at the Family Support and Resource Centre has a large selection of resources that are available to all residents of BC. Here’s what’s new this month:
(Click on the image to order the book or DVD online!)


Heart for the game: the incredible saga of Simon Keith
Simon Keith & Jason Cole

Simon Keith is the longest-living heart transplant recipients and also the first to have played professional sports after his transplant. This is his incredible true story.

babyInfant massage with Dr. Pratibha Reebye: Parent & caregiver training DVD
This title is also available for purchase!
Touch  is a major component in infant-caregiver interactions. Learn to use it to bond with baby from one of our very own doctors here at C&W.

book1Parents and professionals partnering for children with disabilities : A dance that matters 

The complexities and possibilities of building strong partnerships between professionals and parents of children with disabilities is shown through dance metaphor. Real-world stories & examples, refreshing insights, and practical strategies.

book2Nathan’s wish: A story about cerebral palsy

This picture book for children (ages 5-10) addresses the challenges faced by a young boy, Nathan, who has cerebral palsy. The story is one of resilience, where Nathan’s experiences foster in him a sense of well-being and worth, while diminishing the disabling potential of cerebral palsy.

To find out more about the library and the Family Support & Resource Centre, including how to have these and other books mailed to your house at no charge:

Visit: Rm K2-126,  2nd floor, Ambulatory Care Building
Open Mon-Fri, 10 am-4 pm
Call: 604-453-8335 ext 1  OR   local 5102


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