CLBC Strategic Planning Advisors Michelle Goos & Alexander Magnussen presented yesterday about ways to make voting more accessible for people with disabilities at @UBC Centre for Community Engaged Leaning. An important topic & thanks to everyone who came out and took part!
Newly hired and trained Malatest Surveyors are excited to survey individuals about their quality of life. Surveyors play a key role in making individuals feel more comfortable about completing the survey, which helps contribute to a 90% self report rate and supports the vision of ‘nothing about us without us.’ ... See MoreSee Less
Community Living BC is pleased to announce the five inclusion champions from across the province chosen as this year’s Widening our World (WOW) Award winners.
Hailing from Salt Spring Island, Kamloops, Vernon, Surrey and Princeton, these five people were selected by a provincial committee of self advocates, family members, service providers and CLBC staff for their innovative ideas and for fostering greater awareness of the benefits of inclusion in their communities:
Gloria Gagnon, who works for Princeton & District Community Services Society.