Educators Recognized for their Extraordinary Commitment to Creating Inclusive Spaces within New Brunswick Schools
May 16, 2023 FREDERICTON, N.B. – In a ceremony today at Government House, four New Brunswick educators were recognized with National Inclusive Education Awards for their exemplary leadership and unwavering dedication to inclusive education. The awards are presented annually in partnership with Inclusion Canada, with the teachers being nominated by their peers. “These educators embody […]
Open Letter to New Brunswick MPs – Re: Bill C-22 – Canada Disability Benefit – Third and Final Reading
We are urging you to prioritize and fast-track Bill C-22 at Third Reading and vote in favour so it can get to the Senate as quickly as possible, become law and enable the regulatory process to get started. This is a historic opportunity that we cannot miss.
New Brunswick Makes History with Supported Decision-Making and Representation Act
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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.
Call for nominations – 2023 National Inclusive Education Awards
On behalf of Inclusion Canada, the New Brunswick Association for Community Living is issuing a call for nominations for the National Inclusive Education Awards.
Notice of Meeting NBACL Virtual Annual General Meeting 2021
You’re Invited! Join us Friday, September 24, 2021 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Important Documents Notice of MeetingNominations Committee Report Resolutions Memo Minutes – NBACL Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020Pre-amble – Motion for Bylaw changesNBACL Constitution Bylaws _September 2018_recommended edits 2021 If you are interested in attending please contact: Rebecca Pilson, Planning & IT Coordinatoremail: email@example.com […]
Request for Tender: Accessible Online Calculator Application
NBACL invites consultants to submit a bid to create an accessible online calculator application that people with an intellectual or developmental disability can use to easily determine how employment income may impact their disability benefits.
National Inclusive Education Awards 2021
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.
2020-2025 Strategic Plan now available
The Board of Directors develops a renewed Strategic Plan every five years that outlines priority objectives and drives the work of the Association for the duration of the five-year plan.
You’re invited to attend our virtual Annual General Meeting!
Save the date for the 2020 NBACL AGM!
Response to Succeeding at Home: A Green Paper on Education in New Brunswick
NBACL welcomes the opportunity to offer feedback and suggestions around proposals for educational reform in New Brunswick. Over the years NBACL has played a significant role in education reform with a focus on ensuring that our system is fully inclusive and provides opportunities for all young people to have a full and valued life within […]
Not Just Talk- Easy Read Guides on Mental Health
Not Just Talk: Tools for Supporting Youth and Adults who have an Intellectual or Developmental Disability and Mental Health Issue is a series of three Easy-Read modules for persons, including those with an intellectual or developmental disability who wish to learn about mental health and mental wellness. The three modules focus on addressing Anxiety, exploring […]
Hiring inclusively makes good business sense!
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 […]