Resiliency: Connection and Respite

Interim Guidance: Flexibility for Direct Funding and Person Centred Societies for Direct Funding Agents, Person Centred Societies and CLBC Staff This document is intended to present a more flexible approach that is supportive to individuals and families as part of CLBC’s COVID–19 Emergency Response.

Click here to access the Interim Guidance document.


Frequently Asked Questions A list of answers to common questions regarding the increased funding flexibility for Direct Funded Agents and Person Centred Societies initiative.

Click here to access the Frequently Asked Questions.  (Updated February 23, 2021)


‘Express Menu’: Flexible option ideas for families A list of flexible options for families who are Direct Funding Agents and Person Centred Societies as per CLBC’s ‘Interim Guidance: Flexibility for Direct Funding and Person Centred Societies.

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Toolkit for Connection – Recognizing the importance of making sure those we support continue to be connected, CLBC has partnered with the BC CEO Network, the Family Support Institute, Vela Canada, Inclusion BC, BCANDS and other organizations to connect with and support people who are more vulnerable during this time. The Toolkit for Connection highlights just some of the tools and resources we have created together to try and help people stay safe, strong and connected.

Click here to access the Toolkit for Connection.

You can also watch a video about using the Toolkit for Connection here.


Calendar for Connection – Looking for ways to meet new people and stay socially connected? The Calendar for Connection was created to help people with diverse abilities know about different fun and inclusive opportunities to connect with others during COVID-19.

Click here to access the Calendar for Connection.