The theme for this edition is “The Future is Accessible.” The stories in this edition show that accessibility has many aspects: not only physical access to buildings, spaces and transportation, but also access to employment, information, social connections, services, recreation and technology.
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Learn more about the #MentorAbility initiative at the link below from @InclusionBC & you can also check out an awesome story about the day that CLBC CEO Ross Chilton spent with Tyler Bacon as part of this initiative here ->http://ow.ly/9ync50ys1wa
Community Living BC is increasing minimum respite rates for families from $2,800 to $3,080 per year effective April 1, 2020. This is made possible thanks to $1 million per year in new funding announced in the provincial budget on February 18, 2020.
by Bonny Loos (Langley) Hello, my name is Bonny Loos and I am 38 years old. I live in Langley, B.C., with my wonderful caregivers. My mom passed away a few years ago and I was worried that I wouldn’...