A young woman with long brown hair stands outside. She is looking down at something she is doing and is visible from the shoulder up. White text over the image reads: Andrea.

As a part of our ongoing Challenging Misconceptions campaign, the Inclusion BC team has been traveling BC to feature stories of people with disabilities navigating a world that is too often not designed with their needs in mind but are nevertheless finding ways to thrive through ingenuity, determination, and the support of their communities. 

Andrea’s is one such story. 

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Inclusion BC  would like to thank the staff and leadership at the Fort St John Association for Community Living, Community Living BC, and most of all Andrea and her family for supporting this project. 


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This article is part of our Challenging Misconceptions project. Click here to learn more.

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