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Friday, December 16th, 2022
FREDERICTON, NB – Inclusion Canada and Inclusion New Brunswick are celebrating the passage of a historic new law, the Supported Decision-Making and Representation Act, which received Royal Assent today.
On behalf of Inclusion Canada, the New Brunswick Association for Community Living is issuing a call for nominations for the National Inclusive Education Awards.
On this Giving Tuesday, Inclusion NB is pleased to share that our work has been recognized by the Petro-Canada CareMakers Foundation. We are receiving a grant of $150,000 for our Building Caregiver Capacity & Leadership for Inclusion Project. This is the largest single gift in our history. “For over 65 years, Inclusion NB (formerly the New […]
Bill 114: Child and Youth Well-Being Act – Recommendations for Amendments to Support the Well-Being of Children, Youth, and Families with a Disability
The field of child welfare has become increasingly aware of the over-representation of families of children and youth with disabilities and parents with disabilities in child protection cases.
The New Brunswick Association for Community Living, in partnership with Inclusion Canada, named seven recipients of National Inclusive Education Awards today.
Fredericton ACL cordially invites you to the 2022 virtual ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING When: Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm Where: via ZOOM Video Conference To register to attend and receive the meeting link, please e-mail FrederictonACL@bellaliant.com Registration Deadline: May 24, 2021 Guest Speaker: Ken Forrest “Housing in the City of Fredericton” An inclusive Fredericton where people with an intellectual […]
Brief on the Reform of the Infirm Persons Act and the Establishment of a Legal Capacity and Supported Decision-Making Framework for New Brunswick
The government of New Brunswick has announced its intentions to review and reform the Infirm Persons Act. We propose a significant shift in adult decision-making laws in New Brunswick.
You can bring Daily Change to New Brunswickers with an intellectual or developmental disability and their families. With your support, we can build brighter futures for people like Cheryl.
Ten disability organizations across New Brunswick have come together to call for changes to current Social Assistance policies, saying that existing supports do not meet the needs of people with a disability.
First-of-its-kind Canadian Guide on Mental Health Literacy for Autism created with input from three New Brunswickers
Despite an increase in public understanding of the importance of good mental health care in recent years, accessing care remains a challenge for both New Brunswickers and Canadians.
NBACL is concerned about the impacts the CUPE New Brunswick strike will have on New Brunswick students and families, in particular students with an intellectual or developmental disability.