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PotteryWorks nurtures artistic diverseABILITIES

October 21st, 2016

British Columbia recognizes October as Community Living Month, a time to celebrate the achievements of people with developmental disabilities as fully participating members of our society. In addition, this month celebrates the organizations and businesses, like PotteryWorks Studio, that make a difference in the lives of people living with developmental disabilities. In New Westminster, PotteryWorks

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Island Council facilitates Ladysmith proclaiming Community Living Month

October 20th, 2016

Mark Skelton, Chair of the Central and Upper Island Community Council (CUICC) presented to the Town of Ladysmith Council and to a full house who had come to be part of the proceedings


Island Council facilitates Ladysmith proclaiming Community Living Month

October 20th, 2016

On October 4, Mark Skelton, Chair of the Central and Upper Island Community Council (CUICC) and an active member of the self advocate community, presented to the Town of Ladysmith Council and to a full house who had come to be part of the proceedings. Mark attended their monthly meeting to present on the CUICC

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Building the next generation of community inclusion services

October 19th, 2016

Through the Advancing New Support Options (ANSO) project, families and self advocates are helping to design a new service that’s slated to be added to CLBC’s catalogue of services in 2018


Nanaimo event kicks of Community Living Month

October 19th, 2016

On October 7, Clay Tree Society kicked off Community Living Month by sponsoring a Kickball Tournament for Vancouver Island service providers who support the adults CLBC serves. Over 200 people and six kickball teams from Victoria to Port Alberni attended. CLBC’s Central and Upper Island Community Council (CUICC) was also a sponsor and awarded their

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