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Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion

Organization Details

Email: 
info@gobaci.com
Phone: 
(604) 299 - 7851
Fax: 
(604) 299 - 5921
AGM: 
September
Membership: 
Full
Union(s): 
BCGEU
Budget: 
26 Million
Year founded: 
1956
Total Membership: 
220
Organization Region: 
Lower Mainland & Upper Fraser Valley

Adult & Youth Services

Community Day Programs: Programs meet the interests and needs of people attending to support individuals in building the skills and confidence they need to more fully participate in their community.  Programs are developed to meet the needs to explore individual's interests, desires, strengths and abilities.

Life Sharing : Individuals have options to live in a family home, have a private bedroom but share a common living space, have their own private suite in a family home, or live in their own apartment with family next to them.

Outreach: Persons living independently or with family are given support with the goal being to develop the skills that will help them become more independent, lead more meaningful lives, and be able to more fully participate in their community.

Outreach Seniors: Offers parental assistance in identifying appropriate resources and in planning strategies for the future of their son or daughter.

Residential Services: Create "genuine homes for adults and youths with disabilities based on their interests.

Respite Service: Provide additional support, rest & renewal to primary caregivers while providing a safe, enjoyable, & meaningful experience for individuals.

Subsidized Housing Options: Partnerships with other organizations allow offerings of fully subsidized and integrated housing options in the Burnaby area.

Supportive Living Options: Funded residential homes are staffed to support the individuals living there.

Transitions Programs: Assist individuals between the ages of 18 and 22 become aware of their options.

Youth Program: Provide services for teens and persons transitioning into adulthood through after school, summer and individual supports.

Business Services

Action Packaging: Participation in meaningful activities, not only benefit the clients in this training program, its also an important part of social life. 

BACI Employment Services & Training (BEST): Empowers adults with developmental disabilities to attain their employment goals. BEST meets employers’ business needs through positive and innovative employment solutions. (Link to BEST website)

Child Care

Brentwood Park Plus Out of School Care Centre: Provides inclusive child care that strives for healthy and optimal growth and development for all school-aged children.

Fair Haven Children's Centre: Provides inclusive child care that strives for healthy and optimal growth and development for children aged 5 years and younger. (Link to page)

South Slope Out of School Care Centre: Provides inclusive child care that strives for healthy and optimal growth and development for all school-aged children.

Variety Cariboo Hotelier House Children's Centre: Provides inclusive child care that strives for healthy and optimal growth and development for children aged 5 years and younger. (Link to page)

Infant Development Program: Serves children from birth to 3 years old, who are at risk for, or who already have, a delay in development. (Link to IDP website)

 

Addresses

Organization Address: 
BACI 2702 Norland Avenue Burnaby British Columbia Canada V5B 3A6
Board Members: 

President: Paul Miller

Staff Members: 

Executive Director, Richard Faucher (richard.faucher@gobaci.com )
Executive Director, Tanya Sather (tanya.sather@gobaci.com)