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The BC Association for Community Living is proud to launch the “On my way” video blog. This project is meant to help students with special needs and their families prepare for a full life after high school. Our goal is to increase options and opportunities leading to full inclusion and citizenship for people with developmental disabilities.
Join Inclusion International and The Arc of the United States at the 2012 National Convention and International Forum - Achieving Inclusion Across the Globe- in Washington D.C. October 25-28.
As legal action on sheltered workshops proceeds through the courts in the U.S., many in Canada continue to look for solutions to this decades-old approach to supporting people.
CACL would like to welcome you to the new IRIS – Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society website.
On Saturday, April 14th 2012 - Nathan Ip and Aimee Steinke talked about the Alberta Association of Community Living Youth Forum as part of the AACL's 20th Annual Family Conference which took place on April 13th and 14th in Edmonton Alberta.
The Canadian Inclusive Lives Learning Initiative (cilli), is promoted as “a one of a kind learning program for people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
It has not been uncommon in the history of the web to find self advocates and advocates alike online using the internet as a tool to spread the word or tell their story.
Do you have a personal story to share? What about members of your family or your friends? To share your views, ideas and reflections contact firstname.lastname@example.org.