- What’s Happening
This new platform offers a single point of intake to multiple services, including:
We use the framework of Positive Behaviour Support to create meaningful and positive changes for children*, youth and adults with diverse abilities, and the families who care for them. Ask us about behaviour consultation; our workshops for parents, caregivers and professionals; Connect with Peers® – social skills training; Triple P® – Positive Parenting Program; or Link! – Safety, Relationships and Sexuality – sexual health education. Our certified Behaviour Consultants serve families across all of Metro Vancouver, the Sunshine Coast, the North and South Okanagan, and many communities on Vancouver Island.
*Note: Children may not require a diagnosis to be eligible for government funded services.
Shared Living is a residential option in which an adult with a developmental disability shares a home with someone who is contracted to provide ongoing support. In this arrangement, they live with a family, couple, or roommate in the community. Sharing lives can offer richer opportunities for developing natural relationships and social circles. It also increases the likelihood of having a more genuine and meaningful experience of community life.
The Supported Living Network provides a sliding scale of
support, assisting the persons we serve to maintain as much independence as possible at home and in the community.
Our staffed residential homes are geared towards the needs of individuals who require a high level of personalized care. We have licensed homes in Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge. A referral from CLBC is required.
Vancouver – Visual and Performing Arts Programs
Vancouver – Social and Recreational Day Programs
Vancouver- Community Connecting Service
Vancouver- Youth Transition Service
New Westminster – Social and Recreational Day Program
Richmond – Social and Recreational Day Program
Maple Ridge – Social and Recreational Day Program