Unlock These Cheap Spring Break Activities with your Access 2 Card

Since 2004, the Access 2 program has been opening up new adventures and experiences for persons with disabilities across Canada. This program is specially designed to relieve some of the financial burdens that persons served may struggle with when partaking in various activities.

Good and Full Lives Spring from Shared Living

Developing relationships, deepening bonds, living good and full lives. That’s how posAbilities, a Burnaby-based support service agency, defines Shared Living with persons who have developmental disabilities.For posAbilities, this service is much more than simply providing a safe and caring place to stay when someone is matched with a family or individual in the community who will care for them. It’s a link between people that can extend further.

Spring into Action with our Set of Person-Centered Spring Workshops!

We’ve partnered with Vancity, BACI and FamilyWORKs to bring you four new person-centered workshop events in venues across Burnaby. This March and April, we welcome our persons served, families and caregivers to learn a variety of hands-on skills to help empower you to be engaged and in control of your successful future!

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...

People of posAbilities: Meet Megan Haliburton

Meet Megan, a proud ambassador for the People of posAbilities Campaign. Now a team leader, Megan has received training in various roles across the organization. In doing so, she has developed the confidence to explore new things. Follow her journey with us!