ConnecTogether is ConnecTra’s Online Programming 

Join us online every weekday for a variety of interactive activities, presentations and workshops. Register in advance through our Calendar of Events. 

Want a less interactive experience? We share many of our events in real-time on the ConnecTra Facebook page and the Disability Foundation YouTube channel. This way, you can watch them anonymously – like a live television show!

*Some events are not shared or recorded out of respect for participant’s privacy. 

Not available at the scheduled time? Watch recordings of past content on Facebook or YouTube. Subscribe to the Disability Foundation YouTube channel to be notified when a new video is posted!

Weekly Series

Register on Zoom or watch events live or recorded on Facebook and YouTube.


Service Mondays

Various Times

Each week we invite various organizations from in and around the disability community to present their programs.

Check out our Calendar of Events to register on Zoom or watch events live or recorded on Facebook or YouTube.


Creative Writing Class

4 – 5 PM PT

Weekly creative writing classes with short lessons, followed by writing prompts to get your pen or keyboard moving.

Topics covered include writing memoirs, creative non-fiction, poetry, short stories, character development, dialogue, editing, and more.

Monthly Book Club

4 – 5 PM PT

Find your next read and engage in insightful discussion on the representation of disabilities in literature through our exciting collaboration with Vancouver Public Library (VPL) for our new book club.

Sessions will be online over Zoom on February 27th, March 26th, and April 23rd from 12 – 1 PM PT.


Chair Yoga

12 – 1 PM PT

This accessible Chair Yoga class will weave together practical breathing techniques with sensitively taught yoga postures and movements to meet the needs of all participants.

Bobbie is a Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT).


Adaptive Fitness

12 – 1 PM PT

Add some movement to your routine with weekly Adaptive Fitness.

Julie is CanFitPro certified and has taught fitness classes for over 15 years. Specializing in older adult fitness and balance and fall prevention, Julie has had the opportunity to work with diverse populations and encourages the joy of movement for everybody.


Improv Dance

12 – 1 PM PT

Connect with the joy of movement, self-discovery, and imagination, all from the comfort of your home.

Explore and improvise through action prompts, phrases, shapes, and activities that celebrate the diversity of inclusive community dance. No experience is required; everyone is welcome. Move as much or as little as you would like.

DIGA Presentations

Monthly, Various Times

Join the Disabled Independent Gardening Association for various presentations on accessible gardening and our programs.

Check out our Calendar of Events to register on Zoom or watch events live or recorded on Facebook or YouTube.

Perspectives Series

Join us every third Monday of the month to hear different perspectives on a variety of disability topics.

No disability journey is the same, but that doesn’t mean you are alone in your experience. Our Perspectives Series is an opportunity to meet, ask questions, and learn directly from people in and around the disability community on topics that matter to you. 

What is it like dating with a disability? When should you reach out for care aid? How do parents of children with disabilities deal with stressful times? Our goal with these real and raw conversations is to pull back the veil of what it means to live with a disability.

Have something to share? We would love to have you contribute!

We’re always looking for more people and organizations to host interesting and engaging live disability-focused webinars. If you have an idea for a workshop or presentation, we would love to hear from you. Please email

Unable to provide content but want to support ConnecTogether?

Consider giving during these uncertain times to the ConnecTra society. Your help can ensure that we can continue providing programs like ConnecTogether to the disability community from a distance.