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Join us in Vancouver from May 28-30 for three days of inspiration and education on developmental disability and inclusion for all. Visit our new conference website at www.inclusionbc.org/conference-2015

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...

 

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.

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

Restraint and seclusion are being used repeatedly and systemically on students in British Columbia’s public schools. Inclusion BC and the Family Support Institute have joined the international campaign to "Stop Hurting Kids." Read more here.

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What's New

Employment, Press Room
March 23, 2015
New Westminster, B.C., March 23, 2015 - If an inspiring new campaign has the desired effect, many more of those with developmental disabilities will soon be gainfully employed throughout British Columbia....
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March 18, 2015
Inclusion BC is excited to announce the launch of our bin donation partnership with Value Village. Clothing bins will be popping up in select communities across the province within the next month....
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February 23, 2015
This year, along with people from across Canada, Inclusion BC is celebrating February as Inclusive Education Month. Look out for great education resources that we will be posting here and on Facebook and Twitter throughout the month....
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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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