COVID-19 Stakeholder Update June 5

In this week’s update, you’ll find info about: #DifferentTogether digital campaign, BC's new plain language webpage about COVID-19 supports for people with disabilities, updates from CLBC and our...

#Different Together: A Pledge for Diversity & Inclusion

Building an inclusive community means taking a stand against racism and hate in all its forms.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 29

In this update, we share information about: hospital visitor policy, expectations around service changes, transportation, employment support and national accessibility week.

Celebrate National AccessAbility Week With Virtual Events and Activities

From May 31 to June 6, Canada celebrates the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. Get involved by participating in virtual events and activities from across the country!

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 22

BC’s gradual re-opening begins, great gains made for people with our latest update that includes some significant developments over the past week.

Share Your Experience and Help Us Learn From This Pandemic

We’re collecting stories to help us think about what we can be doing differently right now and to be better prepared for future emergencies.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 15

As we head into the long weekend, we would like to once again thank you for all that you’ve done to be supportive of your loved ones and our...

10 Accessible Hikes to Experience as BC Parks Re-Open

BC’s accessible trails allow everyone to get outside and enjoy a journey through nature. Stay healthy and safe during your visit to these parks and trails!

COVID-19 Family Update May 8

We hope you’ve all been keeping well, staying safe, and enjoying the lovely spring weather. We would like to share a few more updates with you in this week's...

What This Mom Needs Now

One posAbilities mom shares her hopes for the day, some safe activity ideas, and resources to help families stay connected.

Pandemic Podcasts: What We’re Listening To

Check out these podcasts to hear perspectives from the disability community, tales of daily life, and powerful stories from the world of theatre.

Thinking About COVID-19 in Community Living

In this unique moment, we have an opportunity to reflect on what matters most and what we can learn from this experience.

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