PICS is bidding for a project for which we require an existing and/or modifiable residential building (house or a motel) conforming to the following building attributes. Serious proponents, please contact on or before June 28, 2019. Non-institutional/homelike Safe for residents and staff Innovative in design and flexible in functionality Operationally efficient Environmentally responsible design, construction, and operations 14 Single room units, including a 2- piece bathroom Dining area with flexible usage space and an area for resident food preparation and a small servery Shared shower units with a minimum of 1 wheelchair accessible shower unit 2-3 wheelchair accessible units All units walker accessible Personal units closets, cabinetry Laundry Contact: Raminder Kang 604-596-7722 Ext. 139 604-729-0406 firstname.lastname@example.org Jagtar Dhaliwal 604-596-7722 Ext. 110 604-719-4681 Jagtar.email@example.com
Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, Melanie Mark visited Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society head office on May 23, 2019 to make an announcement regarding the funding provided to PICS. PICS Society will receive an annual funding over the next two years to deliver skills training programs and supports to young adults and young adults at risk, including former youth in care. The two programs at PICS are among 39 programs in BC that started on April 1, 2019. These programs are providing training and employment support programs for people aged between 18 and 24 years, regardless of their employment insurance availability. The types of programs vary by service provider, but typically include skills training, mentorship and other supports to help participants overcome employment barriers. These barriers could include lack of work experience or occupational skills, as well as involvement in the criminal justice system, incomplete high school [...]
Her Excellency Smt. Abhilasha Joshi, Consul General of India, Vancouver visited PICS Senior Housing Facility today, May 8, 2019 at 11:30 AM. Consul General was pleased to see the quality of services being provided to seniors and congratulated PICS staff for their work at the facility. Greeting the seniors, she said “if you have any problems or concerns, our staff will always listen to you and please feel free to let us know if there is anything we could do for you” Abhilasha Joshi, Consul General. The Consulate office provides variety of services to Non- Resident Indian, the services are as follows: PassportVisaPIOOCINRI CertificateAttestationPolice Clearance CertificateLife CertificateSurrender of NationalityCertificate of Date of BirthTimingsFormsImportant NoticeAdvisories for travellers to IndiaRegistration of birth of a Canada born child of Indian parentsNew Visa fee with effect from 1 April 2017Registration of death and transportation of ashes/dead body to India Since the seniors have difficulty attending [...]
CBC Radio One visited our Guru Nanak Niwas Assisted Living facility in Surrey to see how culturally sensitive care homes matter today. By now you’ve heard the news, Canada’s population is aging. Recent numbers from Statistics Canada show that for the first time seniors outnumber children under the age of 14. And as Canada’s population growth is increasingly driven by immigration, delivering care to seniors that is culturally sensitive is an emerging issue.
Management and Residents of PICS Assisted Living organized their annual Akhand Path (continuous recitation of the Sikh Holy Book, Sri Guru Granth Sahib) from August 4 to August 6, 2017. Thank you to all those and especially all MPs, Ministers, MLAs and prominent members of the community who took time out of their busy schedules to visit us. Thank you management, staff, residents and volunteers for working tirelessly day and night and making the event a great success.