YORK SCHOOL CREATES WORKBOOKS FOR ACUTE CARE
Grade 9 students from York School in Vancouver, BC, have been working with their Applied Design Skills and Technology teacher, Mr. Reimer, to design a workbook for our residents and patients at Providence Health Care to brighten their day during COVID-19. The students worked on the project in consultation with Beth Burton, Director, Mission Services.
On Wednesday, May 13, the class presented to a handful of Providence Health Care staff — outlining the purpose of the activity books and the inspiration behind them.
A large thank you to the class at York House for all your efforts.
Special thanks to the PHC staff who were involved in listening to the presentation and providing feedback.
Ken Johnson, Spiritual Health Practitioner
Bernadette Howell, Spiritual Health Practitioner, Nicu Liuta, Spiritual Health Practitioner
Kim Woody, Spiritual Health Practitioner
Father Victor Fernades, Spiritual Health Practitioner
Sara Parmar, Coordinator, Volunteer Resources
Beth Burton, Director Mission Services
Chelsea Keenan, Senior Communications Specialist
Andrew Reid, Change Specialist
Jody Sydor Jones, Corporate Director, Mission Engagement & Reconciliation
Pictured above, the presentation by the York School students to PHC staff.
If you need to reach PHC’s Infection Prevention and Control Team (IPAC), please call local 69357. Do not contact individual IPAC team members.