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.
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.
Most people are creatures of habit. We thrive with a comfortable routine, and people with a disability are no exception. However, the pandemic we’re facing has changed all that.
The week of June 5 is designated as National Environment Week in Canada and NBACL wants to remind New Brunswickers that it’s also a great time to donate gently-used clothing, extending the life and reducing the amount of textiles going to landfills. Here in New Brunswick, NBACL is doing its part to reduce the amount […]
More than 26 per cent of New Brunswickers have a disability and many are ready, willing and able to work. At the same time, New Brunswick employers are facing challenges in finding people to fill both entry level and skilled jobs. There is an economic imperative that we find solutions to our current and future […]
Devon Hogan dreamed of working at Marwood for years. When Alicia Wilson, Transition Facilitator at the New Brunswick Association for Community Living, first met Devon through the Transition to Work program, working at Marwood was all he talked about. “I tried to push him out of his comfort zone when he was in grade 12, […]
Kelly Loukes is an outstanding professional, mentor, teacher and colleague, but most importantly, she is an outstanding champion of inclusive education. In addition to her kindness, work ethic, and her many inclusive practices, her leadership has had a significant impact at George Street Middle School, providing opportunities for students to teach one another about their […]
Jenny Shea is the type of teacher all students want to be around. Jenny’s classroom is always open; students of all ages and abilities gather in her room during breaks and noon hour because she has created a safe accepting environment. Jenny connects with people; opening her heart as well as her door, to welcome […]
Denise Carroll has been an instructor in the Human Services program at NBCC since 2006. She is a well-respected instructor with a positive attitude and willingness to find ways to promote and support inclusion at NBCC. Denise is extremely supportive of all students; often going above and beyond to make sure that each student is […]
Both physical education and higher level math classes can be difficult for students with a ignificant visual impairment, but David Taylor, a teacher at St. Stephen High School, was very successful in creating a classroom where students’ educational and social needs were met, all while treating them with respect. His willingness to learn about new […]
Anna Buckley goes above and beyond for the needs of all students at Fairvale Elementary School. She sees the whole child and knows their social emotional needs are every bit as important as their academic gains. In fact, she recognizes that in order to be ready to learn, students must feel safe, connected and have […]