Sustainability Assessment for Growing Older with Disabilities - Youth Canada This book provides a template for planning and implementing a sustainability assessment tool for projects aimed at supporting older people who have a disability. Sustainability Assessment for Growing Older with Disabilities In this book, the writer explains how to make your resources more sustainable through assessing the sustainability of your activities. It demonstrates how to implement an assessment to guide your thinking and planning of your activities. As well, the writer explains how to apply an assessment to improve your project's sustainability. The book has three chapters: 1) The Assessing Sustainability of Activities Template This template offers you a way to think about whether your current activities are sustainable. You'll also learn how to evaluate whether new activities could be added. 2) Sustainable Activities The book shows you how to select which activities you would like to include in your sustainability planning. You'll learn what to think about, and what criteria you need to think about. 3) Applying an Assessment This chapter will show you how to apply an assessment. You'll learn about the elements of a sustainability assessment and how to take the assessment to your project.Life comes full circle for Ashley Spencer Sunday Dec 23, 2012 at 8:30 AM The transformation of a life from the start, through the opening years of battle and recovery, to the ending of the story. The transformation of a life from the start, through the opening years of battle and recovery, to the ending of the story. Heather Barker THE BENTONITE The transformation of a life from the start, through the opening years of battle and recovery, to the ending of the story. That's what happened last week for Ashley Spencer, the volunteer firefighter and reserve police officer in Benton who lost a leg last year in the line of duty. He still wears a prosthetic. His legs, and everything else, will be covered with holiday decorations. "I want to be with my friends and family on Christmas morning," he said. "I'm going to have a prosthetic leg, and I'm going to look good in my holiday outfit." Spencer, 35, was one of more than a dozen volunteers who volunteered at the holiday food bank. They got a room at the Berylville Fire Department Hall and they welcomed each other. "It was fun," he said.