Faith Hayman is a member of:

Canadian Bar Association
The largest professional association for lawyers in Canada. They have been championing Canadian lawyers and Canadian law since 1896, and their members stand at the forefront of Canada’s legal profession.

Trial Lawyers Association of BC
A non-profit society made up of trial lawyers working to protect access to the courts, the rights of individuals, and the process of trial by jury. Faith served on its executive for many years and most recently was Chair of the Rules Committee, which has been offering some practical input into the government’s current initiative to change how the courts run in B.C.

Vancouver Bar Association
Organization founded in 1892, over 1500 members today serving lawyers and the legal community in the Vancouver area. They promote legal education, training and ethics, and publish a bi-monthly legal journal.

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
A professional association for plaintiff lawyers and staff formed in 1991, with over 1500 members across Ontario and other provinces as well as the United States.

Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children

Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children
The province’s major rehabilitation facility for children, caring for patients from birth to age 16.  Faith is on the Sunny Hill Ethics Committee, which educates and supports healthcare providers in addressing difficult moral issues that arise in the treatment of young patients.

In Their Name
The campaign of the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society. Its goal is to change the law in British Columbia, which currently denies justice to the survivors of children, the elderly and many people with disabilities killed by the careless or intentional acts of another.

Other worthwhile organizations and links:

Spinal Cord Injury BC
(formerly The BC Paraplegic Association)
The SCI BC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping people with spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities, adjust, adapt and thrive.

Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia
The Public Guardian and Trustee protects the legal rights and financial interests of children, provides assistance to adults who need support for financial and personal decision making, and administers the estates of deceased and missing persons where there is no one else able to do so.

Brain Injury Canada
Links to regional care services for survivors of acquired brain injury in BC.

Brainstreams.ca
A project by the BC Brain Organization of BC, Brainstreams.ca is an online education and networking site for the brain injury community in BC and beyond.

ME/FM Action Network
Provides information to the public, seeks to educate health care providers, and pushes for recognition and funding for Fibromyalgia and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

BC Statutes – Alphabetical
Laws that govern many of our daily affairs in British Columbia.

Search BC decisions
Search decisions by name or date in the three levels of BC courts.

The British Columbia Law Institute
Formed in 1997, the BC Law Institute replaces the BC Law Reform Commission and works to modernise laws and make them easier to understand.

Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia
The Public Guardian and Trustee protects the legal rights and financial interests of children, provides assistance to adults who need support for financial and personal decision making, and administers the estates of deceased and missing persons where there is no one else able to do so.

BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre
Based in Vancouver, this is the only facility in B.C. devoted primarily to the health of women, newborns, and families.

Disability Alliance BC
(formerly BC Coalition of People with Disabilities)
The Disability Alliance BC a provincial, cross-disability organization that supports people with all disabilities to live with dignity, independence, and as equal and full participants in the community.

BC Centre for Ability
A non-profit organization with over 36 years of experience in the field of disabilities, providing individualized therapy and support services to children and youth in their homes and communities, specialized community living services and comprehensive vocational and support services for adults, and promoting successful community participation for individuals with disabilities.

Application for disability benefits and other resources
A page operated by Courthouse Libraries of BC with forms that can be used to apply for different types of benefits, as well as guides and checklists that help persons with disabilities manage education, work, etc.

CPP Disability Application & Appeals Guide 2015
A guide put out by the National ME/FM Action Network that walks people through the process of applying for Canada Pension Plan and Disability benefits, including the appeal process if benefits are denied.

Government of Canada helping people with disabilities save for the future
How to set up a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) and apply for a Canada Disability Savings Grant and Canada Disability Savings Bond.

Neil Squire Foundation
This is an organization that empowers Canadians with physical disabilities through computer-based devices, research, and employment programs. A holistic, individualized approach.

BCITS
The BC Association for Individualized Technology and Supports for People with Disabilities works with people who have severe physical disabilities. The goal is to help them live as independently as possible, through support and equipment ranging from ventilators to adapted communications devices.

A Guide to the Disability Tax Credit
An alternative to the guide offered in the “Application for disability benefits and other resources” above.

Distracted Driving Kills
A facebook page from the BC Coalition to End Distracted Driving.

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