Blazing a trail to support Aboriginal families and communities

As she helped her son Wyatt map out the aspects of a fulfilling life in Merritt, Rona Sterling-Collins discovered that a sense of community can come from many places.

Click here to read their story and learn about the work of CLBC’s Indigenous Advisory Committee.

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FEATURED STORIES

Kenyon’s Story: a home and a community to call his own

Kenyon lives independently in his own home on Vancouver Island. He and his family speak about how they have planned for his future so he can remain living independently throughout his life.

Click here to read the full interview and find resources that can help plan for a loved one’s future.

A site for sore eyes

Pictured above is the home page for CLBC’s new website for individuals and families, ready to go live in the coming month. CLBC has been working to create a website with simpler, clearer and more user-friendly information about supports and services.

Click here to read more about how individuals and families helped us with this project.

GET TO KNOW THOSE WHO SERVE YOU

A commitment to learning from those CLBC serves

“I love my job. I really enjoy working with families and helping them connect to supports,” says Michele Frewin, Supervisor of Administrative Services at CLBC’s Richmond and Burnaby offices.

Click here to read Michele’s profile and learn how working with the local Community Council has helped her understand the needs of individuals and families.

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