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Langley Association for Community Living

Organization Details

Email: 
mainlacl@shaw.ca
Phone: 
(604) 534 - 8611
Fax: 
(604) 534 - 4763
AGM: 
June
Membership: 
Full
Union(s): 
BCGEU
Budget: 
3500000
Year founded: 
0
Total Membership: 
64
Organization Region: 
Lower Mainland & Upper Fraser Valley

Day Programs

Community Outreach and Support Services: Offers individualized supports according to identified needs.

Community Lifeskills: Designed to assist adults to accomplish specific goals towards greater independent living.

Services to Aging Parents: Provides brief periods of respite for individuals during the week who continue to reside with their aging parents.

Home Support Services: Available to individuals who continue to reside at home with their parents or primary caregivers.

Career and Employment Services: Ideal for those individuals wishing to secure competitive employment in Langley.

Other Services

Individualized Family Services: Assists individuals and families to design services tailored to their unique needs.

Person-Centered Planning Supports: Trained personnel offers person-centered planning supports to individuals and their families to choose from a variety of planning tools to ensure the development of a comprehensive plan.

Specialized Consultation: Personnel with extensive education and training that are available for specialized training and consultation.

Support to Microboards: A small non-profit organization incorporated to serve on individuals and secure finding for services.

Training: Organizes regular and specialized training opportunities for employees and those individuals in community that are interested in attending.

Residential

Staff Residential Services: Developed according to the needs identified in the individual's personal plan and can address unique support requirements including those individuals who experience challenging and complex behaviour.

Home Sharing Services: For those seeking to live with individuals or families in the community.

Supported Independent Living: Provides support for those choosing to live independently through our Community Outreach & Support Services Program.

In-Home Personal Care Supports: Association will recruit, train and supervise in-home supports where requested by individuals and families.

Respite

Provide additional support, rest and renewal to the primary caregivers while Langley Association for Community Living (LACL) ensures a safe, enjoyable and meaningful experience for the child or adult.

Bridge House: A fully equipped and wheelchair accessible home in Langley, available for those individuals and families who require out of home respite but have been unsuccessful in finding a suitable caregiver within their own home.

 

Addresses

Organization Address: 
23535 - 44th Avenue Langley British Columbia Canada V2Z 2V2
Board Members: 

President, Shelley Durant

Staff Members: 

Executive Director, Daniel Collins (dcollinslacl@shaw.ca)