No Greatness Without Goodness: Engaging Employees with Disabilities

lewis randyFostering diverse workplaces that include employees with disabilities can improve the capacity of B.C. businesses to compete in the global economy and ensure people with disabilities have the opportunity to contribute to the workforce and to the overall economic growth of the province. It also makes good business sense, especially as our demand for talent increases across most industries and occupations in B.C. People with disabilities make up approximately 20 per cent of the population and they represent an important consumer market for B.C. businesses. Read More.......

"I really like working here. Everyone is so nice."

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Puneet Rai's life has been turned around since the Richmond Society for Community Living helped her get a job with a bank - Read More......

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Apple Publishes a Video for Autism Acceptance

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Apple's recent videos profiling Dillan, a non-verbal teenager with autism, are just beautiful. Read more.... 

Nelson Homeshare Program Creates New Kind of Family

Due to a developmental disability, Amanda Logan, 22, is not able to live on her own. So she lives with Amanda Beavers and James Wilkinson and their two children Peyton, 10, and Piper, 8, in Nelson.

“My husband and I realized we want to give back,” says Beavers. “We have been blessed, lucky, in our life. We have this space, we have something to offer.”

Logan’s new family life (she moved in with them in October) is part of the homeshare program run by Community Connections Support Services. The program provides homes for people over 19 like Logan. Read More.....

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The Fort St. John Association for Community Living was incorporated on January 23, 1960. We are a non-profit organization that has contracts with Community Living BC to provide services to adults with developmental disabilities. We provide services in the Fort St. John and District area.

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