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A Collection of Resources for Families on Inclusive Education
Definition of Inclusive Education
Definition of Inclusive Education Definition of Inclusive Education from the Government of New Brunswick
Disability Support Program Brochure
This brochure addresses how to apply for the Disability Support Program and explains what is an independent facilitator.
Equal Access to Qualtiy Health and Healthcare for People with an Intellectual Disability
Equal Access to Qualtiy Health and Healthcare for People with an Intellectual Disability This literature based research report is a review of health inequalities faced by people who have an intellectual disability or developmental disability and of the attempts made in a number of jurisdictions internationally to address and remediate this problem.
Hiring People with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Business case for building an inclusive labour force
Position Paper on the Roles and Responsibilities of Teacher Assistants Within an Inclusive Education System
Over the past two decades New Brunswick has come to be seen internationally as a forerunner in building an inclusive public education system. Since the passage of Bill 85 in 1986, a cornerstone of its education policy has been the unconditional acceptance of all children into regular classes and the life of the school. Since then, one of the most valuable supports made available to schools has been the teacher assistant.
Position Statement on Inclusive Education
Purpose: To ensure that New Brunswick’s education system and schools reflect and prepare students for life in inclusive communities.
Resource Catalogue NBACL has compiled a complete list of available resources, both free and for purchase, into one downloadable list. You will also find additional resources here on our website, including online learning modules, videos, and links to many other useful websites.
Social Inclusion Program Brochure
Supporting people with an intellectual disability to live and participate in their community
Taking The Journey
NBACL has worked with families from across the province to develop a comprehensive resource for families who require information and strategies to ensure their child has the best opportunity to live a good life. With over 200 pages of information on subjects that reach across the lifespan, from Early Learning and Child Care to Will and Estate Planning, Taking the Journey was developed by families, for families, in order to share information on service systems, how they work and how you can help them be more effective in helping your child have the best chances at success. To access the chapter that is applicable to your age and stage of life, click on the title listed the right hand side of your screen.
Resources You Can Order
Achieving Inclusion (for Parents)A Parent Guide to inclusive Education in New Brunswick
Achieving Inclusion (for Professionals)A Parent Guide to inclusive Education in New Brunswick
Social Inclusion ToolkitA tool to help families promote social inclusion and family networking in their community
Taking the Journey (For Parents)An Information and Advocacy Guide for Families Raising a Child with a Disability
Taking the Journey (For Professionals)An Information and Advocacy Guide for Families Raising a Child with a Disability
Online Learning Modules
Opportunity Link Module 2
Employment and the nature of Canadian workplaces are changing. Jobs are now requiring different skills as more people are drawn into a technology driven labour force. Jobs in a variety of service industries continue to expand and place demands on the labour market. In the coming years, an aging population will have a large impact […]
Opportunity Link Module 3
This module is for families of children with disabilities. It is designed to assist families who want to ensure that their children receive a high quality education. The module is based on the belief that a high quality education can best be achieved in an inclusive setting where children with disabilities spend their days in […]
Opportunity Link Module 4
What is Advocacy? Why is necessary? As parents, we hope that all of our children will have opportunities to learn, grow, and reach their own potential. We want our children to have the best that life can offer them, including a good education, employment, and opportunities to make friends and be involved in a variety […]
Opportunity Link Module 1
All parents wonder what their child’s life will look like after school is finished. We all ask: What will my child do? Where will he or she live? What kind of friends will be a part of his or her life? What kind of person will he or she be? For at least 13 years, […]