Family Support Workers’ Network

Collaborate, connect, share, and discover new community resources with your peers.

Doing More For Families, Together

The Family Support Workers’ Network brings caring support work professionals from across British Columbia together to learn more about supports and services available that can benefit the families they support.

This free network meets virtually four to six times every year. These friendly sessions are great opportunities to share and discover events, programs, inter-organizational and outside resources, and learn how to best help families connect with these supports and services. 

The diverse experience and knowledge of the network’s participants create exciting possibilities for new connections and collaborations.

I am grateful for Inclusion BC and this network. I have been able to support more people and families through tough times with all the amazing resources I have received through the sessions and speakers. 

— Family Support Workers’ Network participant

Are You A Family Support Worker?

Joining the Family Support Workers’ Network is free, fun and helpful. It’s a great way to expand your pool of resources and add impact to your already important work.

Fill out the form and we’ll reach out to you directly!

Family Support Worker
Our approach to advocacy is guided by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities, which recognizes the full citizenship and human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Kerridan Dougan, Advocate

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