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The place we call home is usually more than four walls and some stuff. People First of Canada recently released a video called What Home Means to Me. Shane Haddad, President of the organization, stated, "For people with intellectual disabilities, having a home means a lot. It means having freedom, having rights, having a life, and most importantly, being included."
Today November 27th, representatives from the Canadian Association for Community Living and People First of Canada will be on Parliament Hill to meet with Members of Parliament and share information about a proposed initiative to advance labour market inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities.
We put together a little slideshow diary of some of the activity that went on at our 2012 National Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba this past week. We hope you enjoy it!
Its available now!!! "The Choice Is Ours", the 2012 National Conference program guide. You can download it now here!
Get all the details about this years conference and more.
The time is getting close to our National Conference in Winnipeg and we are looking forward to reconnecting with you all at that time. The "Choice is Ours" conference will be an exciting few days with world renowned speakers and sessions that will enlighten, educate and empower us all.
As a little summer treat we have decided to extend the early bird registration fee for the 2012 National Conference to just after Labor Day!
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