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On November 21, Inclusion BC and the Family Support Institute released a new report on a survey of parents on the use of restraint and seclusion in BC schools. Click here to read the full report. 

 This August, join a three-day conference at UBC on inclusive education for educators, parents and school teams. More info:  http://bcinclusivelearning.com/

Watch this video montage to experience the unique culture of celebration and full inclusion found at Inclusion BC's annual conference.

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

Say No to Institutions! Inclusion BC remains concerned that the George Pearson Center redevelopment threatens to institutionalize people with disabilities. Learn more here.

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.

What's New

August 20, 2014
Community Living BC (CLBC), the Crown agency that provides supports and services to people with developmental disabilities, announced today that it will now be providing direct services to Aboriginal individuals and families living on-reserve....
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August 19, 2014
As the attention around restraint and seclusion in schools grows in BC, the Family Support Institute and Inclusion BC created a guide to help families prevent, recognize, and act on cases of restraint and seclusion that affect their children both directly and indirectly....
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July 15, 2014
Every year at the Inclusion BC conference, attendees, presenters and sponsors help create a unique culture of celebration and full inclusion. Thank you to everyone who joined us at our most recent conference in Nanaimo, helping make it one of the best yet. ...
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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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