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

From December 1-3, we're celebrating the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Film festivals will be held in 5 locations across BC. Stay tuned for details!

Our new report shows the continued systemic use of restraint and seclusion in BC schools. Read more.

BC Self Advocacy Foundation to Host First Annual Walk-N-Roll

Show your support for the BC Self Advocacy Foundation by participating in the Walk-N-Roll or pledging a friend.

Visit the Walk-N-Roll webpage for more information.

When: Saturday, September 11, 2010

Where: Central Park, Burnaby

How to get there: Follow either Kingsway or the Trans Canada Highway to Boundary Road. Turn south to reach the park. Central Park is also easily accessible by the SkyTrain at Patterson Station.

What is the BC Self Advocacy Foundation?

The BC Self Advocacy Foundation (BCSAF) is a unique organization whose sole purpose is to assist people with developmental disabilities to become full, participating citizens in their own communities.

The BC Self Advocacy Foundation was incorporated in November, 1985 to provide adults with developmental disabilities and their communities with the support, training, and resources necessary for individuals to learn about and advocate for their own rights. The term "self advocate" is the word many people with developmental disabilities have chosen to describe individuals who are learning to speak for themselves and make their own decisions. "Self Advocacy" comprises those activities and resources that assist people with developmental disabilities to understand and protect their rights.