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Below is a summary of all recent news postings here at CASS.

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Post date: 2011/09/22 - 10:14

The CASS website will be down for maintenance on Saturday september 24th for approximately 2 hours from 10am to noon.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Post date: 2011/09/21 - 08:10

There has been a change in the dinner club venue for October 5, 2011. Here is the information for the new location:

Ricky’s All Day Grill

(6262 Macleod Trail SW) For October 5, 2011

(Please arrive no earlier than 5:45)

Please RSVP to the dinner club line or email

by noon on Tuesday, October 4, 2011

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for the dinner club please feel free to call the dinner club line at the Cass office at 403-283-0611 or by email at

Post date: 2011/09/19 - 15:14

The Client Fund for Education and Training is an initiative to help low income Calgarians with disabilities access opportunities for training and education they otherwise may not be able to afford.

Solicitations for the 2011-2012 fiscal year have begun and Vecova will be accepting applications until October 31st 2011.

For more information on the fund, who is eligible, and how to apply, please see the attached letter, brochure, and application form.

Post date: 2011/09/19 - 12:10

CASS has received complimentary tickets for the Battle of the Badges hockey game taking place at the Max Bell Arena, Monday, September 26, 2011 at 7:00 PM.  The Calgary Firefighters Hockey Team is taking on the Edmonton Firefighters Hockey Team, and we're told the Hanson Brothers are sure to create mayhem!

CASS clients and staff that are interested are welcome to contact Doris at reception to arrange to get these tickets (subject to availability).

Post date: 2011/09/16 - 12:59

Basic Cooking Class – Session 6
October 5 to November 23, 2011
9:30am - 11:30am at Co-Op Midtown Market
Cost: $55 (includes all materials)

This class will address the importance of basic cooking skills. We will be learning about proper food handling, storage and labeling. We also work towards understanding what it means to have a healthy balanced diet, and how to make healthy choices on a budget.

AND most importantly we will learn how to cook!!!
It is important for everyone to know that having independence in the kitchen is a responsibility, and to ensure that we have the knowledge, skills and tools to make sure it is a great experience each and every time.

We have a fabulous new instructor, Steve, who is coming to the table with some fun and innovative changes to the curriculum!

The Basic Cooking class is now taking registrations for the sixth session starting October 5, 2011.  Clients from all agencies and their support staff are welcome. In the past this course has filled to capacity quickly so if you are interested please contact Crystal at 283-0611 ext 304 or by email:

Post date: 2011/09/01 - 08:24

There has been a date change for the Standard First Aid and minimum wage goes up! Check out this month's CASS Corner. . .

Post date: 2011/08/11 - 14:29

The CASS website will be down for maintenance this evening for about an hour starting at 7pm.

Sorry for the short notice and any inconvenience,


Post date: 2011/08/11 - 10:31

Join the CASS Staff on Wednesday, August 17th at 1 pm for a play about schizophrenia, performed by people living with Schizophrenia.

Cardel Theatre, 180 Quarry Park Blvd. SE

The play is free - donations for the Schizophrenia Society are welcome.

Enjoy the play and stay for a CASS Social following!

Post date: 2011/07/26 - 11:01

This month's newsletter has information on the new Distracted Driving Legislation, our enrolment in Vibrant Communities Calgary, and more locations for police checks.


Post date: 2011/07/18 - 14:20

Our Policy Manual is a resource for clients, families, staff and others who, from time to time, would like to find out what we understand our responsibilities and expectations to be.  We try to keep that Policy Manual updated and make sure that when something changes (such as a new law or the requirements of our funders) we make any necessary changes right away.  In addition, though, we do a big review of the whole manual every three years. We have just completed the most recent review and have made a large number of changes.  Please take the time to have a look at the new manual which is available as an attachment to this news post, linked to below  and let us know if you have questions, concerns or suggestions.