Helping people overcome barriers to reach their goals is what Susan Sorensen, a CLBC facilitator from Surrey, B.C., always wanted to do. “The most enjoyable part of the job is developing meaningful relationships with individuals and families and trying to assist them to get the help they need,” says Susan. “But this is not done alone; it is done in partnership with families, my colleagues, government organizations and community partners. When they say ‘it takes a village’, it really does.”
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If you’ve ever been to CLBC's #Cranbrook office, you're sure to have noticed Pauline Arnold, or Aunty Pauline as her fellow Ktunaxa Nation members call her, and her big, welcoming smile. Read more about Pauline from the latest edition of CLBC Connect - https://t.co/gX7l8X5qN0
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Calling for Stories!
Are you or is someone you know a person with a developmental disability in B.C. with a story to share about the path to independence?
CLBC's Editorial Board is looking for stories for the next edition of Celebrate Diverse ABILITIES magazine & published writers earn $100.
Send us a message or email Jessica.Humphrey@gov.bc.ca by June 30 and let us know if you have a story to share! ... See MoreSee Less