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.
It has been a while since we have posted something from our View Point series of guest blog posts, critiques, thoughts and ideas shared both from our website and others. This View Point comes to us from Catherine Frazee's own blog site.
On June 15th, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, the Canadian Association for Community Living announced a project to address the issue of abuse against older people with disabilities and Deaf people, that will have a national reach and a neighbourhood-level impact.
The New Brunswick government committed to make record investments in inclusion support services and initiatives due to a report that was in large part developed by CACL's Inclusive Education Canada director Gordon Porter.