Life Skills and Community Access
Our Life Skills and Community Access Program helps people with developmental disabilities to become more independent through one-on-one support and group activities that help people strengthen daily living skills (taking the bus, cooking, doing laundry and staying safe, for example), access community resources like banks and shops, make friends and practice communication and social skills. And every year, a team is put together for Operation Trackshoes.
This program is funded by Community Living British Columbia.
Life Skills and Community Access contact information
Gina Dean, coordinator of adult Community Living Services: firstname.lastname@example.org, 604 892 4673