We promote and facilitate opportunities for inclusivity and equal rights for all persons with disabilities
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Who We Are
Breede Valley Association of and for Persons with Disabilities (BVAPD) is a registered non-profit organization that renders therapeutic, social and community development services to all persons with disabilities in the Breede Valley Municipal area, including the communities of Worcester, Rawsonville, De Doorns and Touws River.
We were previously known as Worcester Cripple Care and Worcester Association for the Physically Disabled, was established in 1951 after Drs. Dommisse and Wilson realized the need for aftercare for persons with disabilities in the area. The organization developed and implemented a transformation plan as well as administrative systems and procedures in order to ensure good governance, cost effective, equitable, accessible and accountable service delivery and management of the organization.
In 1983, Worcester Cripple Care Association underwent a change of name to the Association for the Physically Disabled (Worcester), and in 2003 became the Worcester Association for persons with Physical Disabilities. In 2005 a decision was made to change the name to the Breede Valley Association for Persons with Disabilities, along with a new logo and branding, which displays our progression from the medical model of assistance to the social model.
Currently, the 5 strategic focus areas of our organization includes governance, developmental social work services, work & employment, education & childcare and marketing & promotion.
Special Care & Education
Rise & Shine
Caring & Sharing
Rawsonville Care Centre
Partners for Live Adult Care Youthaility
Saam-Saan Adolescent Project
Work & Employment
15 May 2021 - Gong Shoot
Breede Valley APD in association with Quenets Hunting and Fishing and Isiviko Health and Safety invite all enthusiastic hunter and/or sport shooters to enter the very first Breede Valley APD Gong Shooting Competition on Saturday, 15 May 2021. All proceeds will go towards ensuring accessible and inclusive services to persons with disabilities in the Breede Valley.
**Limited availability – Only 20 teams consisting of 4 team members.**
Only online entries will be accepted. Entries will only be confirmed once payment has been received in full. Entry forms can be found at: www.isivikohs.co.za or www.bvapd.org.za
Date: Saturday, 15 May 2021
Location: To be confirmed
Entry Fee: R 3 000.00 per team (includes lunch)
Will be communicated during the registration briefing on the day of the competition.
No laser scopes allowed, no range finders allowed, no wind measurement tools allowed, no muzzle brakes allowed. (Silencers are allowed)
Please familiar yourself with the attached competition rules.
7:00am Registration & range sighting
8:00am Briefing (compulsory for all competitors)
9:00am Shooting starts promptly
Due to COVID regulations, non-participants may NOT attend this event and COVID-19 screening will take place on the day of the competition.
For more details please contact:
Jako Bezuidenhout: 081 878 1262
Willie Augustyn: 076 589 2788