When Canada signed the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2009, it was thought that a stronger commitment to ensure that children with disabilities to enjoy all human rights and fundamental freedoms on an equal basis with other children would be the foundation of future educational and health policies, funding programs, individual services and supports and protection services for children, to name a few.
According to Tara Brinston, there are many up and coming leaders in the so-called ‘millennial’ generation. Willow Grove native is already a proven young leader JON MACNEILL Those who think millennials are a generation of uninspired slackers would do well to learn what’s happening in Digby, N.S., next week. “There was a big research study […]
Hello, My name is Marci Wiggins, and I am a summer student here at NBACL in Fredericton, helping out in the area of Social Policy Research. I am also a law student at UNB, and some of the research I have been helping out with this summer has focused on ways that our legal system […]
Congratulations to Tara Brinston, who was recently named Young Professional of the Year by the Fredericton Region Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs (FRYPE). The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) is fortunate to have Tara as part of our team, as Director of Programs. It takes a certain kind of person to choose a career […]
Below is an article that appeared in the March 22, 2012 edition of the Daily Gleaner. March 24, 2012 By Lori Gallagher Tara Brinston is proving that one person truly can make a difference – both big and small – in the lives of others. One way she’s doing this is as the director of […]
Below is an article that appeared in the March 6, 2012 edition of the Daily Gleaner. March 6, 2012 By Tara Chislett Tanner Wilson said she wasn’t sure she’d enjoy Best Buddies when her mother first suggested she try it. ‘At first I was kind of like I don’t know if I can do that. […]