To help mark a decade of service in 2015, Community Living BC has published a special newsletter update. It is part of our effort to thank those we serve, their families, service providers and community groups for your dedication. From the beginning, it is individuals and families who have provided leadership and guidance. This report tells how you are helping CLBC strengthen services and discover new possibilities.
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A great message on #IDPD2021. Thanks for sharing this @NSConneXions!
B.C. has appointed 11 members to make up the new Provincial Accessibility Committee whose input will guide work to remove barriers for people with disabilities. Congrats to Michael McLellan, who has been involved with CLBC for many years, on his inclusion! http://ow.ly/4AHb50H3eXj
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1 day agoToday, December 3, Community Living BC marks the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (#IDPD2021). This annual celebration is a time for all of us across British Columbia to recognize the important contributions people with developmental disabilities make to their communities.The theme of this year’s IDPD is “Leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.” Throughout this challenging pandemic, we have seen many examples of ways that people CLBC serves have stepped up and shown the value of their leadership and participation.Read the full messages from CLBC CEO Ross Chilton here:www.communitylivingbc.ca/community-event/recognizing-international-day-of-persons-with-disabiliti... ... See MoreSee Less