Member Call Report Form
This form is for BCPF Regional Directors and the Member Liaison to record important information from phone check-ins with BCPF Members and ensure our Members have the chance to share their opinions. Thank you for completing as much detail as possible without violating the trust of the Member you are calling.
BCPF Member Liaison, Regional Director, or Advisor Name (the person calling a BCPF Member or potential Member):
Date of Phone Call
Length of phone call, please enter how many minutes the phone call lasted:
Is this person is a BCPF Member in good standing?
Yes, they are a current Member in good standing.
They are a Member but their membership has lapsed. They asked me to extend it (for 1 yr, 3 yrs, 5 yrs, 10 yrs) and I will document this information at the bottom of this form.
No, I asked them to sign up as a Member and emailed them the form.
No, but I supported them to sign up as a Member during this call.
Is this Member's phone number, email, and address up-to-date? We need to send Members e-newsletters via email and important Member communications via regular mail. Enter any information the Member needs to change here or support them to fill out a new membership form.
What is most important to this person about being a BCPF Member? Please select up to 3 answers.
Professional networking (example: finding a mentor or mentoring someone else).
Making friendships and attending social events.
Learning about self-advocacy and what it is.
Learning about self-advocacy skills and how to do self-advocacy work.
Celebrating the successes of other Members and sharing stories.
Volunteering on the Board or Committees to support BC People First run as an organization.
Volunteering for BC People First advocacy projects that help create change in our province.
What does this person think BC People First should be focusing on most in our provincial advocacy work? Please select up to 5 answers.
Affordable and inclusive housing - everyone should have access to a home where they want to live and where they feel a part of their community.
PWD rate increases - amounts should reflect a basic living wage.
Ending the PWD marital rate decrease - PWD rates should not be cut if people get married.
Wheelchair accessibility - promoting wheelchair access to local companies and organizations across the province.
Plain language access - all people should be able to receive important information in a way that makes sense to them.
Representation in media - promoting inclusiveness in tv, marketing, advertising, books, movies, and more.
Continuing studies - all people should have access to learning new subjects after high school or attending post secondary school if they choose.
Ending the use of the R-word - doing presentations in schools across BC about the R-word and why it is wrong to use this as an insult.
Choice in programs and social events - all people should get to choose what they do in their day and who they spend their time with.
Relationship rights - all people should be able to enter into consensual romantic relationships if they choose.
Support networks - promoting how people across the province should consider joining someone else's support network or microboard because we all benefit from inclusive communities.
Employment - employers and employment service providers need to stop judging or assuming what people with disabilities can or cannot do for work, supports should be provided for people to work in careers they choose.
Ending institutions - promoting the closure of all public and private group homes in BC that "feel like jail" and not a home for the people who live in them, places where people don't get choice in their daily lives.
Can the BCPF Advocacy Committee or Member Liaison support this Member with any of the following? (Remember that we are not a service provider, we are a membership an peer based organization - we support each other to do self-advocacy work, we don't do the work for people).
Support to write a blog post for the BCPF blog about an experience they've had and what they want others to learn or understand.
Support to write an advocacy letter about something they want to change in their lives to an organization, service provider, boss, or other person in their life.
Support them in finding a peer mentor for advocacy advice and networking encouragement.
Provide advice on advocacy issues the person is having.
Invite them to attend educational workshops to learn self-advocacy skills.
Is this person interested in learning about any of the following skills or topics? Select all that apply.
Media Literacy Skills & Confidence
Digital Literacy Skills & Awareness of Internet Fraud
Ableism and What It Is
The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and Human Rights
Self-Advocacy Skills & Life As A Self-Advocate
What does this person want BCPF to know about what life is like for them living with a disability? Is there any information, requests, or complaints they want us to pass onto CLBC or the BC Human Rights Commission for them anonymously? We advocate for the rights of our Members and join our voices to fight for our rights. It is important for Members to share their opinions.
What did you do to support this Member during this call? Will you be doing any follow up activities with this Member or emailing them any information or resources? Please provide details about what helped the Member or what could help this Member.
What did you learn in calling this Member today?
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