is a world built on principles of inclusion and compassion; a world where all people recognize the benefits of building systems which foster a stronger sense of connectedness and inclusion; a world where people with disabilities and their families, can participate fully and make valuable contributions which enrich our community.
The NSDRC administration office is closed temporarily as we do our part to #flattenthecurve in the face of COVID-19.
We are all working remotely, so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and you will be directed accordingly. Stay safe!
COVID-19 has impacted all of us. Here at the NSDRC, we continue to adapt our response and continuously re-evaluate programs and delivery of services recognizing that we are all facing on a new normal. The health and well-being of our clients, staff and community remains our top priority and our ever-evolving program structure will reflect this. We are so appreciative of our participants, families and staff and their ability to pivot and reimagine programs during this unprecedented time.
We will keep you updated and you can expect to continue to hear from your program managers directly with respect to specific services. We are grateful to all of you for your continued support. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions at email@example.com.
We are working toward a "community for all."
The NSDRC provides programs and services to children, youth, adults and their families based on the belief that healthy vibrant communities are inclusive communities, free of barriers to participation.
The NSDRC distinguishes itself through an extraordinary team of professionals who provide exceptional and consistent individualized support to participants.
our programs and services
We provide one-to-one and/or group support to children and adults with disabilities and their families through a variety of programs. With support from a community support worker, individuals focus on life skill development in areas identified by the participants and/or their support network.
Although each home is unique, the NSDRC is proud to provide a specialized residence for children and youth with disabilities. The first residential program operated by the NSDRC ensured parents and families continued to be involved in their sons’ and daughters’ lives. This philosophy continues today
Information & Advocacy
We provide information about community and government programs and provide advocacy services that assist people with disabilities, their families and the community. Our advocates assist clients in applying for or appealing Persons With Disabilities benefits, Canada Pension Plan Disability, and other disability-related benefits.
Looking for additional services including counselling, legal assistance, transition services and more? Start with our comprehensive resource guide for further information.
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North Shore Disability Resource Centre
3158 Mountain Highway
North Vancouver, BC
The NSDRC was started by a group of families in 1976. In the years since, we have worked for a "Community for All" by developing and providing residential services, infant development programs, youth groups, community based services, and information and advocacy.