DIVERSABILITY . . . changing how we think about disability
LACL self-advocates talk about their quality of life.
LACL self-advocates educate others about self advocacy.
Gord Tulloch from posAbilities talks about the meaning and benefits of inclusion.
Language is critical to every aspect and interaction in our lives. We use language to tell other people what we feel and desire, and to help understand the world around us.
In our featured video, Sylvie Zebroff, CLBC's Family Partnership Advisor, interviews self-advocate Shelley DeCoste who talks about her community campaign to change how each of us thinks and talks about disability by focusing on DIVERSABILITY.
Self-Advocates and employers talk about why working matters.
The story of developmental disability as a civil rights movement.
LACL self-advocates present their Bill of Rights.
Al Condeluci talks about social capital and the power of relationships.
A summer employment service for youth with developmental disabilities (Grades 10 - 12).