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AHS Newsletter October 2013

October 2013
Beginning a Conversation
Opening Doors – a look ahead
Looking Back
Invitation to Give
Homelessness in Canada


Ramping Up Summer 2010 Spring 2011
Diverse client base shows
Try giving in-kind
Register and you could win
Barrier-free assessment and…
RAD creates accessibility…
Design symposium recap…
Ramping Up Summer 2010 Summer 2010
Residential program expands…
Introduction and update: Accessible…
Register for the Walk’n Roll-a-thon…
What people are saying about…
Services: Accessible Housing Society…
Funding opportunities available…
Join the AHS Board of Directors


Summer ’09
Expansion a pleasant result…
RAD tweaks program delivery…
Website redesign will provide clarity…
Charitable tax credit benefits…
Services: Accessible Housing Society
Funding opportunities available…
Make a difference: AHS Board…
Ramping Up - SUmmer '08 Summer 2008
Moving forward on accessibility:
Opening Doors – Housing Action Day
Volunteers needed – casino fundraiser
Group Home Update
Resident testimonial
Open House at AHS
Services and Funding
General Donations
Ramping Up Winter 06-07 Winter 2006/2007
New Exec Director
Thanks to Gloria Vazquez
New Strategic Plan for AHS
A Bathroom for Everyone
Fun Casino
Ease the Tax Bite
Greg McMeekin Wins Top Award
Ramping Up Fall 2006 Fall 2006
Changes to Handi-Bus Policy
Farewll to Staff Members
If You Could Wheel in Your Kitchen
Design to Desire a Success
AHS “Slurps Up” Donations from 7-Eleven
New Canadians Welcome
Ramping Up Spring 2006 Spring 2006
AHS’s Financial Future
Profile of Kyle Shane Hallmark
Rolling Home
Happy 30th Birthday 4D!
AHS Wins CAA Award
Designs 2 Desire Gala Night
Ramping Up Winter 2006 Winter 2006
Tribute to Larry Lemecka
Resident Profile of James Helmer
Accessible Kitchens, Part 2
Changes to Renovation Funding
New Staff at AHA
AHS and the United Way
Ramping Up Fall 2005 Fall 2005
It’s Been a Busy Year – Tom Kenny
25th Anniversary of the Housing Registry
Accessible Kitchens, Part 1
2005 Golf Tournament
Change and Renewal at AHS
Ramping Up Spring 2005 Spring 2005
Greeting from New Executive Director Tom Kenny
Resident Profile: Tony Reid
Creating a Bathroom Everyone Can Use
Alberta Aids to Daily Living gets New Home
Ramping Up Winter 04-05 Winter ’04/’05
National Housing Symposium a Success
AHS Partnership with CO-OP
Residents’ Focus: Greg McMeekin
Winterizing & Physical Safety
Becoming Upwardly Mobile
Shoppers Drug Mart Optimum Program Benefits AHS
Early Christmas Present From Hillhurst Massage
211 Help Line
Ramping Up Fall 2004 Fall 2004
National Housing Symposium
AHS Benefits from Reflexologists in Training
Golf Tournament Triumphs
How to Retire at Home
Twoonie Yoga
Ramping Up Spring 2004 Spring 2004 – 30th Anniversary Issue
How it all Began
Interview with Larry Lemecka
AHS at Home and Garden Show
AHS Retrospective
Tetra Society Innovations
Accessible Gardening
Ramping Up Winter 03-04 Winter ’03/04
Bob Ward Residence opening eases accessible housing crunch
Where are they now? 4-D resident Jerry Armstrong
Are you a contractor?
Accessibility quiz
New Year’s wish list
Ramping Up Summer 03 Summer 2003
New AHS Executive Director Deanna Kirk
Farewell to Dianne Nickel
RRAP & HASI funding enhancement\Fund raising & friend-raising
2nd Annual AHS Golf Tournament
More new faces at AHS
Ramping Up Spring 03 Spring 2003
Affordable Housing Program targeted to people with low incomes
AHS Catalyst for Certified Care Attendant Program
Habitat for Humanity seeking applicants for home ownership
Designing a new house
So you want to own your own home
2nd Annual Golf Tournament
Ramping Up November 2002 November 2002
What a day for AHS! (golf tournament)
Volunteers are “good” for nothing (profile of Vern Cole)
Stairs – the final frontier
Wheel-in shower
Renovation planning information for free
Alan, Alanna and Leslie are RAD
Ramping Up June 2002 June 2002
Where, oh where, has Lottery Funding gone?
AHS Group Home valuable transition tool (profile of Monte)
Daytripping with Dianne Nickel (Takakkaw Falls)
Some “giving” math