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12 Nights Of Christmas Lights
A Dazzling Musical - Christmas Light Show
Nightly, Nov 26 - Dec 7
6:30 - 9:30 PM
Kings Mutual Century Centre
Berwick, Nova Scotia

Lifestyles Activity Calendar
December 2014

  • Flowercart Christmas Dance
  • Christmas Craft Sale
  • Salvation Army Christmas Carols
  • Christmas Lights Outing
  • Christmas Crafts in the Gym
  • Christmas Dance
  • Gift Bingo
  • Christmas Movie Matinee
  • New Year’s Eve Party

Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre Strategic Plan
2013 - Strategic Priorities
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Plank N' Hammer Woodworking Services,
formerly located in Waterville
Apple Tree Industries,
formerly located in Coldbrook,
are now:

Plank Industries Woodworking & Packaging
A Service Centre of Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre

Find us at:
5687 Hwy # 1, Cambridge
(in the former First Choice Kitchens)
Telephone: 375-3133
Fax: 375-3135
Service Centre Coordinator:
Jackie Roop

Mailing Address:
Plank Industries
5687 Hwy 1 Cambridge
PO Box 128
Waterville, NS BOP 1V0

We look forward to continuing to serve your
packaging, assembly, furniture refinishing, carpentry
and kindling needs at our new location.

About Us

    Located in Waterville, Nova Scotia, the Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre (KRRC) is a supportive living and learning facility serving approximately 200 adults and youth with physical and mental health challenges.

    Over 500 professional and support staff provide quality care and family support through various programs and services for intellectual disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism, chronic mental illness, dementia, acquired brain injury, behavioural challenges and physical disabilities.

    Adults and youth have access to a number of professional services including medical services, nursing, nutrition, psychological and psychiatry services, social work, speech-language therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, assistive technology, education and other resources.

    Clients participate in an individualized program plan to identify individual needs and abilities so that programs and activities enhance care, independence, health, social and daily living skills, and learning.

    They develop their potential and improve their lives through opportunities to participate in a choice of supportive living, learning, and working environments both in-Centre and through community options programs.

    In partnership with individuals, families and the community, we provide supportive living, learning and working environments to help persons with challenges to use their skills to improve their lives.

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