My co-operative living arrangement

September 29th, 2017

“I am learning to be more independent and take on responsibilities,” says Tamara Russell in her story from Celebrate Diverse Abilities magazine

The story of my life

September 26th, 2017

Gerald Oesch, who is the newest member of the CLBC Editorial Board and Vice President of BC People First, shares his story in the latest edition of Celebrate Diverse Abilities magazine

CLBC designs improved approach to planning with the people it serves

September 25th, 2017

When a youth is found eligible for Community Living BC (CLBC) services (typically in their high school years), part of their transition into adulthood includes understanding the opportunities and options available to them. This includes typical things like getting a job, going to school, and expanding their social connections and roles in community, as well

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Heart to Heart Orchestra welcomed with open arms

September 22nd, 2017

On September 15, an eager and appreciative audience filled the Norman Rothstein Theatre in Vancouver where they were treated to the artistry and incredible musicianship of the Heart to Heart Orchestra from Seoul, Korea. The concert was presented by the Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA) with support from Community Living BC (CLBC). “DDA’s motto is, overcoming

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A community full of connections

September 18th, 2017

“Having a network of friends means that I have people to talk to, or to help me out when I need them,” says Alison in her interview from the latest edition of Celebrate Diverse Abilities

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