Friday, November 26, 2021

Hazzard Wealth Management supports Community Living Wallaceburg’s Snoezelen Room

Community Living Wallaceburg (CLW) is pleased to announce that Hazzard Wealth Management – RBC Dominion Securities has made a generous donation of $2,000 to Community Living Wallaceburg in support of their campaign to renew and refresh the Agency’s Snoezelen Room.

A Snoezelen Room is a multisensory environment which can be used to educate, stimulate, relax, calm or energize by simply adapting the lighting, atmospheres, sounds, and textures to the needs of the user.

This relaxed atmosphere with pleasant surroundings, soothing sounds and tactile experiences can aid learning/development, help to relax an agitated person or stimulate and raise alertness levels of someone who has sensory processing disorders.

Kevin Hazzard, Craig Ward and Michelle Deane of Hazzard Wealth Management at RBC Dominion Securities are proud to support Community Living Wallaceburg, as the Agency works to enrich the sensory experiences of this unique environment and make the resource available to more people in the community.

“Diversity, inclusion and acceptance are the foundation of a great community and Community Living Wallaceburg is making that possible with the improvements to the Snoezelen Room,” noted the RBC team.

Hazzard Wealth Management – RBC Dominion Securities will also continued their tradition of supporting the Agency’s Annual Golf Classic.

RBC’s extraordinary support of CLW has been ongoing since 1997 and helped raise many thousands of dollars, used to expand and enrich the specialized services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families across Chatham-Kent and Lambton County.

“Over twenty years of financial support and valued collaboration through our Annual Golf Classic is a great achievement,” said Deborah Hook, Executive Director of Community Living Wallaceburg.

“We are very grateful for the longstanding financial support, which has empowered many people in our community with a disability to dream big, believe in themselves, overcome barriers, achieve their goals, and live the life they choose.”

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