A bi-monthly update with news, stories and tips

 

 

I’m just me, and Jayme’s just Jayme

Debbie Remillard lives on a hobby farm in Nanaimo with husband Clem and daughter Jayme. Her belief in Jayme’s gifts, and those of others, has helped build a diverse and supportive community that she loves.

Click here to read the full story and learn how as a parent she sees things differently.

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Homeruns and dreams:

Allan’s baseball adventure

As a child, Allan loved baseball and dreamed of going to see his favourite

team, the Toronto Blue Jays play. As his life progressed, Allan never lost his love of the game, and recently his dream came true thanks to a support worker who wasn’t afraid to say “Why not?”

Click here to read Allan’s story and read about how support worker Will Moores thought outside the box to create new possibilities for a good life.

 

Self advocates teach CLBC staff about employment

Self advocate Sherwin Strong has some advice for CLBC staff: listen to those you serve. Sherwin, along with Shelley DeCoste and Julya Hutton, shared video stories of their employment experiences in a new employment foundations course for CLBC staff.

Click here to read the full story and learn how the voices and stories of people CLBC serves are a core part of staff training.

GET TO KNOW THOSE WHO SERVE YOU
 

A warm and welcoming presence in CLBC head office

If you’ve called or dropped by Community Living BC’s head office in Vancouver, there’s a good chance you’ve spoken with Jenny Chang. Jenny has been CLBC’s morning receptionist since the crown agency was first established in 2005.

Click here to read Jenny’s profile and learn about her vibrant contributions to CLBC and the people we serve.

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