CLBC Videos

You can watch all of our videos on the CLBC Youtube channel at: www.youtube.com/user/communitylivingbc

You can also learn more about CLBC through watching the videos below:

Connecting with Self-Advocates

CLBC’s Board Chair and Board Committee Chairs met with six self-advocates to hear their stories and learn about their challenges, concerns and successes. To learn more about the meeting, please read the story “Connecting with Self-Advocates” featured in the February Edition of CLBC’s newsletter The Citizen by clicking here. Links to video clips  from the meeting are posted below:

Richard talks about moving out of an institution

Tricia talks about moving to the big city

Ryan talks about living on his own

Dave talks about employability of people with developmental disabilities

Lori talks about speaking up for yourself

Dave and Lori talk about 26 years together

Barb talks about Sharing through Plain Language

Denise Turner, CLBC Board Chair, talks about listening and learning

Sharing our stories with the CLBC Board

Families share their Stories

Parents of individuals with developmental disabilities, Arlene Zuckernick, Russ Keil, Carol Antoine, Annette Pope, Vidyut Aklujkar and Maria Glaze gathered in Vancouver to share their experiences with CLBC Board Chair Denise Turner and Board Members Mark Duncan, Don Rowlatt and Arn Van Iersel. To learn more about the meeting, please read the story “Families share their Stories” featured in the April Edition of CLBC’s newsletter The Citizen by clicking here. Links to video clips  from the meeting are posted below:

Arlene talks about the Power of Partnership

Russ talks about Focusing on Possibilities

Carol talks about Pride and Perseverance

Annette talks about a Family’s Journey

Vidyut talks about Fostering Abilities

Denise Turner, CLBC Board Chair, talks about Learning and Dialogue

Family Members talk about the Importance of Engagement

Come Together: Community Council Video

“Come Together” is a short video about inclusion and community. The video was produced by Community Living BC and developed by a Community Council Video committee. The video shines a light on the important work that Community Councils do and raises awareness about the issues that are most important to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

To view the video on Youtube, please click here.

Freedom To Belong

Community Living BC celebrated Community Living Month in October 2008 with screenings of “Freedom to Belong” across the province. Produced by Rachel Schmidt, CLBC’s Community Relations Specialist, this documentary follows the stories of people who champion the rights of people with developmental disabilities.

Part One tells the story of Cindy and Erika Frostad, a mother and daughter who advocate for inclusive communities.

To view this video on YouTube, please click here.

Part Two features Bill Macarthur, a former Woodlands resident and spokesperson for the We Survived Woodlands Group.

To view this video on YouTube, please click here.

In Part Three, The Community Speaks, we hear from several self-advocates who speak passionately about a future that includes all of us.

To view this video on YouTube, please click here.

Community Living BC Television Commercial

To view this video on YouTube, please click here.

Community Living BC Radio Commercials

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