“I Grew with iGrow!” How 5 team members used their employee benefits for personal development

At our core, posAbilities encourages innovation, learning, and growth in our services and relationships with our persons served, their families, and our team members. In fact, we have a variety of health and wellness initiatives to give our people of posAbilities a chance to reboot and focus on their personal development.

Housing Supports for Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A VPTG Panel Discussion and Workshop

The Vancouver Parent Transition Group (VPTG) is an education and support group for parents of youth with disabilities who are transitioning to adulthood. The group meets once per month and features guest speakers who provide information and support to families. The topic of this month is Housing for People with Disabilities. Home sharing is the fastest-growing Community Living BC residential option, and it has become the most common residential service offered to people coming into the CLBC service system. CLBC...

Reflecting Back & Looking Forward: An Unforgettable 2018

2018 was a year that brought about many milestones and accomplishments for posAbilities. As another year has come and gone, we’d like to take this time to reflect back on all of the special moments that helped us take another step in the right direction of community inclusion.

Happy Holidays from the People of posAbilities!

Season’s Greetings! As we approach the end of 2018, we reflect on the many years of offering service in a sector such as ours that is constantly and rapidly evolving. We have made progress over the years in designing and innovating new services and supports that are both visionary yet realistic – all, while delivering quality supports and raising our profile and prominence in the communities we serve.

Top Gift Ideas this Holiday Season

With Christmas just around the corner, you may find yourself scrambling for those last minute gift ideas. Buying presents for your friends and family isn’t always an easy task. And if this special someone lives with a developmental disability, there may be a few extra sensitivities you need to take into consideration.