Education, equipment and therapy for people living with neuromuscular disorder or chest wall restriction.
Environmental control systems that assist people with physical disabilities to control devices in their homes and on the go.
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It is with great sadness that TFL received the news of Ken Kramer’s untimely passing on June 5, 2023. Ken was a founding and long serving Board member of Technology for Living and passionate advocate for our members.
In addition to being the founder and principal of KMK Law, , Ken’s diverse interests included serving as the designated representative of the Law Society of BC on the Board of Directors for the Vancouver Airport Authority (“YVR”); a publicly appointed Board Member and Past Vice-Chair of the College of Chiropractors of BC; publicly appointed members of both the Province of British Columbia’s inaugural Provincial Accessibility Committee and Registered Disability Savings Plan Action Group; he was also Past-Chairs of the Boards of Muscular Dystrophy Canada, Seniors First BC, BC’s Elder Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, and the Province of BC’s Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board.
Ken’s commitment could not be matched and his expertise and wisdom were always generously given. Everyone at Technology for Living mourns his passing and extends deep condolences to his life partner Cora Lacuadra and their daughter Maureen as well as Ken’s family and his many friends and admirers.
We provide assistive devices and supports for members with physical disabilities – so you can achieve your goals and have the opportunity to participate fully in life.
You make the final decisions about what you need, and we do our best to meet those needs for you.
We continue to design our programs and services and adapt to changing needs and to changes in technology.
Personal & Advance Care Planning: Encouraging Self Determination
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Read the new article from the Balance Newsletter. By Ken M. Kramer, QC. Principal & Senior Associate Counsel.