CLBC has made strong strides in reducing its carbon footprint even as our organization grows in the number of people we serve each year. This is of high importance to staff personally and professionally, and part of efforts to support the climate action goals of...
Full house on our #accessibleemployers workshop today! We explored issues surrounding #inclusiveemployment , #accommodations , #disclosure , & benefits for orgs. @WCGServices @WorkBCATS @VancouverFdn @LifeatSAP @vancity @BCAA @OpenDoorGroup @NeilSquireSoc @icbc @Marco_Pasqua
The include Me! survey is officially underway for 2019/20 & has expanded into #Kamloops for the first time w/ surveying taking place at Interior Community Services, TCS & Axis. Malatest Surveyors are excited to survey individuals about their quality of life.
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.
"All British Columbians deserve a meaningful job. We all want to be happy and proud of our workplace culture. We want our employers to thrive and succeed."
Read an Op Ed in the The Vancouver Sun from CLBC's CEO Ross Chilton about growth in employment of people with developmental disabilities thanks to business champions like Presidents Group, service providers and programs like Ready Willing & Able and other.