Whether living independently, landing that dream job, mastering life skills or competing in the Paralympics, people with disabilities are living independent, full lives – but there is more that can be done to reduce barriers and increase accessibility.
Whether you’re someone living with a disability, or a friend, family member, neighbour, employer or co-worker, you’re invited to share your thoughts about how government, businesses and communities can better support people with disabilities to fully participate in our communities.
- In-person community consultations began January 20th; you can sign up for a session in a location near you.
- If you are unable to attend an in-person community consultation session please visit the participation page to discover the other options for having your say.
The consultation will close at 4 pm on March 11, 2014.
Your comments and ideas will inform the development of a White Paper – a document that will reflect the voice of British Columbians. This White Paper will form the foundation of a Summit to be held in June 2014 on the issues facing people with disabilities in British Columbia.