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    Help make sure your community includes everyone. Join a CLBC Community Council

    Do you want to make your neighbourhood, town or region a welcoming place for people with developmental disabilities? Consider joining a CLBC Community Council.

    CLBC’s 13 Community Councils are currently looking for new members from cities and towns across B.C., from diverse cultural groups, and from BC First Nations communities.

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    Initiatives

    WOW!clbc Recognition Awards

    Every year, Community Living BC’s WOW! Recognition Awards celebrate a different way of making people feel included

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    CLBC wants to ensure that individuals who access services funded by our organization are living good lives in welcoming communities

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    Growing Older in Community - Aging

    As a result of the de-institutionalization of people into community living environments over 27 years ago, we now have, for the first time, a growing population of individuals with developmental disabilities who are aging in community

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    CLBC Commitment

    Community Living British Columbia has introduced a Quality Service Commitment to establish a clear and public awareness of the way people with developmental disabilities, Autism and FASD can expect to be treated by CLBC

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    I Can Be Safe Online

    Community Living BC (CLBC) recognizes that individuals with developmental disabilities are a part of the growing community of online users, especially through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and that the Internet can be an unsafe place for people; particularly those who are more vulnerable. With this in mind, CLBC has launched icanbesafeonline.com, Canada’s first website dedicated to educating adults with developmental disabilities and their families on how to use the Internet safely.

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    Start with Hi Initiative

    CLBC's “Start with Hi” public awareness initiative helps British Columbians realize that through small but important actions they can play a role in their communities to increase the safety of people with developmental disabilities. The initiative encourages people to acknowledge and connect with people with developmental disabilities by simply saying “Hi”.

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    Community Living BC YouTube Channel

    To serve individuals and families best, CLBC produces a number of educational and inspirational videos. Please visit our YouTube channel to view more.


    News

    Video contest encourages inclusive job sites

    The Community Living BC's North Okanagan-Shuswap Community Council is sponsoring a contest that’s seeking videos showcasing the benefits of employing adults with developmental disabilities.

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