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Thank you to everyone who helped make our 60th anniversary Conference and AGM one of the biggest and best yet. From May 27-30, we welcomed 700 people from across the province to Vancouver to learn, share knowledge, celebrate and network. Read more.

Meet Olivia, Devon, Kayla and Kit on the "on my way" video blog. Share in the journey of these four students as they plan for life after high school. Visit transitionplanningbc.ca

 

Everyone in the workplace benefits from the value of diversity. Learn more about our Ready, Willing and Able employment campaign: inclusionbc/ready-willing-and-able.

When you make a donation to your local Clothes Drop bin, you are directly helping people in your community. Quite simply, we turn your donations into the money that supports Inclusion BC programs. Learn More...

Watch our 60th Anniversary video that honours and remembers the civil rights history of people with developmental disabilities in BC. Read more about our history here.

Inclusion BC has released its 2014/2015 annual report in three different accessible formats. Read the report in print, watch it in video or listen to it in audio. Read more.

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What's New

June 29, 2015
Inclusion BC wants to hear from families about your experiences accessing funding or services for your sons and daughters with developmental disabilities....
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June 9, 2015
Read our 2014/2015 annual report and see what we've been up to for the last fiscal year (from April 1, 2014 - April 1, 2015)....
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June 3, 2015
The Inclusion BC Federation passed several resolutions at its Annual General Meeting in Vancouver on May 29, 2015. Resolutions addressed family support, post-secondary education, person-centred support and support for persons living with a dual diagnosis....
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Families

At Inclusion BC we work to strengthen and empower families and communities to provide supportive and welcoming environments.

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Self Advocates

Self Advocacy means speaking up and speaking out for your rights. Many people with developmental disabilities who are speaking up for their rights call themselves "self advocates."

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Members

Our member organizations in B.C. deliver a wide range of support services throughout the province. Learn more about how to become a member of Inclusion BC.

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