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BCES Advocates for Tavia Marlatt to Receive Care at Home

BCES Advocates for Tavia Marlatt to Receive Care at Home

In interviews with CBC on Tuesday March 26th and with Global and CTV on Thursday March 28th, Kim Davidson, Executive Director of the BC Epilepsy Society joined Tavia Marlatt, a 22-year-old woman living with epilepsy, and her mother, Renee, who are fighting for Tavia's rights for care at home.

Read the article by CBC News here and check out the video interview from CBC News below:

Read the article by Global BC News here and check out the interview from Global BC News below:

Check out the interview from CTV News below:

BCES advocates for Tavia Marlatt to receive care at home.

kim davidson vancouver

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