Local Self Advocacy Groups

Milieu Family Services Self-Advocacy Group

  This is Home Page of Milieu Family Services Self-Advocacy Group Self-Advocacy is representing unity in all. Working together we strive for positive growth, goals, and independence. Accepting everyone’s differences and abilities, we learn from each other. Together we give and receive, helping gain connections within the community. Everyone’s ideas are accepted with respect and dignity. Group events are filled with pride and joy, while sharing smiles and laughter along

NELSON SELF-ADVOCACY GROUP

What is the purpose of a Self-Advocacy Group? The purpose of The Nelson Self-Advocacy Group is to encourage people with disabilities to take more control over their own lives, make their own decisions, solve their own problems, and speak for themselves. We build awareness and education of the strengths, rights, wants, and needs of people with disabilities. The direction of the group will be member-driven and therefore the group could

Abbotsford Self Advocacy Group

WE BELIEVE ALL PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO DIRECT THEIR OWN LIVES Our meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at: Communitas Supportive Care  #103-2776  Bourquin Crescent  Abbotsford, V2S 6A4 Our History The Abbotsford Self Advocate Group started in the early 1990’s.  The Group used to meet at the old Wildwood Site on Old Yale Rd. From there the Group moved to Community

Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo – SAS

The Self Advocates of Semiahmoo(SAS) are a group made up of awesome people with diverse abilities and forward thinking ideas. SAS is about real change. SAS members gain confidence, friendships and create meaningful experiences. There are lots of ways to be a part of SAS; meetings, speaking, karaoke nights, fundraisers, conferences,Community Inclusion month, Surrey Eagles night, sharing with others and so much more!! The Self-Advocates ofSemiahmoo (SAS) are also a

Self Advocates for a Brighter Future – SABF

Self Advocates for a Brighter Future (commonly known as “SABF”) was started June 6, 2007, by self advocates and support persons of BeConnected Support Services and Kardel Consulting. SABF is an open group, which means anybody is able to join. In early 2015 SABF opened up a new chapter in Duncan serving self advocates in the Cowichan Valley. SABF meets once monthly, more frequently when we are working on a project; and

Revelstoke Self Advocacy Group

A bit about ourselves………. Our group was started in 2014 when Robert Tippe (founder) was looking into whether Revelstoke had a group running at that time. Rob found that there had been a group but due to staffing/volunteer changes the group fell between the cracks and wasn’t continued. Living with a disability he understood the difficulties that people with disabilities faced in everyday life and he wanted to do something

Sooke Self Advocacy Group

Robyn Appleton was a member of People First in Mission before moving out to the island. She has been living in Sooke, on Vancouver Island, for about five years now and misses the activities she participated in when she was in People First. To this end she has decided to set up a Self Advocacy group in Sooke.   The goal of this meeting is for people to meet each

THE CHILLIWACK PEOPLE FIRST GROUP

The Chilliwack People First group is a group for self advocates to get together, share our stories and experiences, stay informed and support one another. We are friends who help each other. The group started in 1992 when Mike and Connie Newton got together with Julie Flumerfelt as an advisor and started inviting others to join in. The 3 founders have moved on but 2 of our current members were

Kamloops Speaking Up Self-Advocacy Awareness Group!

 Hello! We are the Kamloops Speaking Up Self-Advocacy Awareness (SUSA) Group.   Our group is focused on: being a team, to encourage, support, and stand up for each other; to have a voice and take charge of our lives to achieve our goals and dreams; to be understood in all aspects of our lives and to create awareness and a better world! Our committee is made up of people with

Mission Self-Advocacy Group: Without us, It Doesn’t Work

The Mission Self Advocacy Group believes that all people can contribute in meaningful ways to their communities.   And Mission, nestled on a a southern coastal mountain slope, overlooking the lush valley of the mighty Fraser River, is home to a population of 38,000 residents.   One of those residents is Bryce Schaufelberger, who has been a member of the Mission Self Advocacy Group for more than 16 years and

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