Heidi MacDonald, Somerset Preschool Director, welcomes the children at her childcare centre into a supportive learning environment that caters to each individual.
Carol-Ann Haggarty, resource teacher at Simonds High School in Saint John, works to ensure all students are part of an unconditionally accepting educational environment.
As a resource teacher at École Anna-Malenfant in Dieppe, Pauline Cormier supports teachers to include all students in the classroom among their peers.
On behalf of Inclusion Canada (formerly the Canadian Association for Community Living), the New Brunswick Association for Community Living is issuing a call for nominations for the National Inclusive Education Awards.
The awards are presented to an individual or team who has made a positive and significant contribution to inclusive education within the early learning, K-12, and post-secondary systems in their province or territory. The award presentations are part of the activities planned for National Inclusive Education Month, which will be held in April 2021.
Mohamed Ragab and his family were among those for whom COVID-19 nearly led to a crisis.
We are pleased to announce that we have re-opened clothing donation bins in the Fredericton, Oromocto, and Saint John areas and are accepting donations of re-usable clothing. To view the list of donation bin locations please click here. We look forward to re-opening bins in other locations soon.
In preparation for the 2020 provincial election, NBACL/ANBIC is asking all political parties to adopt platform commitments to support the full inclusion of people with an intellectual or developmental disability in our communities.
To make voting as accessible and convenient as possible, Elections NB offers several different ways to cast your vote.
NBACL is happy to offer a list of engaging activities and resources (for all ages) to keep parents/guardians and their children learning and having fun during their time away from school. Click here
As we plan for the transition back to school in the fall, it’s important to remember that equal access to education doesn’t mean treating everyone the same.
Whether it’s leaving the front seats of the school bus empty for those who need them, older kids reading to younger students requiring help, or finding ways to communicate with learners who don’t use words, students at École Les Éclaireurs are a living example of inclusive education.