North Vancouver, BC
The Cascadia Society is a life-sharing community that includes adults with special needs. Cultural, artistic and therapeutic experiences are provided through residential home care and day activities within the urban setting of Vancouver’s North Shore. The Cascadia Society is dedicated to bringing healing to human beings and to the earth. Their primary task is to allow the potential in each person to unfold and to be in harmonious relationship with the environment.TOP
Phone: +1(604)-689-3855 ext. 401
Director of Community Living Services
Vinge Community Living Services provides specialized Residential, Day Program and Respite services for individuals with developmental disabilities and complex physical and/or mental health issues and for individuals with complex physical health issues. In addition, we also provide behavioural supports within two of our residential programs and day programs.TOP
Email: On website under the “Contact Us” tab
The BC for Ability helps people with disabilities find employment by raising awareness, identifying opportunities, recruiting candidates, and enabling training and financial support.
Main Employment Programs:
– Opportunities Fund Program for Persons with Disabilities
– Work BC Case Management Services
BC Centre for Ability also works with daycares, preschools, family daycares and out of school care programs, they provide consultation services and extra staffing assistance to ensure inclusive practices for children who have a demonstrated need for extra support.TOP
North Vancouver, BC
The North Shore ConneXions Society supports families and serves children and adults living with intellectual disabilities.
Services we provide for you as a job-seeker:
We will help you to find and keep a job in the community.
We will meet with you a number of times to get to know you and your skills and aptitude for work. This information helps guide the job search and negotiations for a paid job. Finding employment can take a long time, so to be successful you will need a mixture of motivation and patience! Once you are offered a job, we come with you to the work site. We will help you to master the tasks and to get comfortable with your new co-workers. We then begin to fade away gradually as you become more independent!
For more information, please contact Devon Bruce, Program Manager at 604.984.9321 or email@example.com.
Participants need a referral from the North Shore office of Community Living BC (CLBC) in order to access our Day Programs. ConneXions offers a wide variety of Day Programs. The interests and needs of the individuals we support are the foundation of every program and service that we offer. All of our services are collaborative, flexible, client-centered and highly accountable. Our ongoing commitment is to meet the individual and evolving needs of each participant.
Amongst the vast opportunities offered through our Day Programs are vocational and employment training, recreation, education and leisure activities. Also included in our Day Programs is our Social Enterprise Program.
This program provides life skills to individuals with developmental disabilities through two types of supports:
The majority of individuals in Community Based Lifeskills live at home and receive targeted, time-limited supports in areas that will assist future independent living. Some examples of supports are: learning how to use transit, budgeting, how to use local recreation and community facilities, grocery shopping and menu planning/cooking.
Residential Outreach Lifeskills
We work with families to serve individuals who live independently in the community. We typically assist with the following; bill payment and money management, grocery shopping, food storage and meal preparation, home maintenance skills, personal and community safety, and selected medical/dental appointment assistance.
Individuals need a referral from Community Living BC (CLBC) in order to access the Lifeskills program.
For more information about Lifeskills, please contact the Program Manager, Elizabeth Roach – firstname.lastname@example.org
Burnaby V5G 4C9
TTY: 604-451-5748 Ext 371
Website: http://www.communitylivingsociety.ca The Waterfront Opportunity Centre
Vocational Service Centre:
260 West Esplanade
North Vancouver V7M 3G7
Community based day program for a wide variety of people with disabilities. Provides a broad range of recreational, leisure, and social activities. Also provides musical therapy, volunteer and work experiences.TOP
Strive’s Supported Employment Services (SES) is a customized employment program that operates out of the Strive Centre in Vancouver. SES is for individuals with disabilities who require assistance to acquire and maintain paid employment.
The SES model provides skill development and job training, with built in support to ensure success and work readiness.
With all of our applications, we emphasize hard work, a willingness to learn, and the ability to work positively with others.
SES Offers the following services:
• Individualized employment plan and goals
• On site job coaching and case management support
• Skill development
• Paid employment
• Employment placements
• Practicum placements
• Safety training
• Equipment training
• Adapted work environments
• Administrative training
PosAbilities assist persons with developmental disabilities to lead meaningful and healthy lives by partnering with the community to provide a comprehensive range of person-centred services for individuals and the families who care for them. PosAbilities offers a menu of services – Click Here…TOP
Address: Suite 104 277 Mountain Highway
North Vancouver, BC
Phone: 604 986 1511
Fax: 604 986 4455
Community Integration Services Society offers a wide range of day program services for adults living with disabilities. We aim to maximize the independence of each of our consumers by developing programs that include various levels of life skills training, education, community involvement, and social activities.
Programs for North VancouverTOP
North Shore/Howe Sound Office
Address: #210–1200 Lynn Valley Road
General Enquiries: email@example.com
CLBC funds support and services to help adults with developmental disabilities and their families achieve their goals and live the life they want. CLBC funded supports are delivered through service agencies and help eligible adults meet their disability related needs and participate in meaningful ways in the community.CLBC funded supports can include community inclusion supports that focus on employment, social and life skills.TOP
North Vancouver, BC
Transition & Employment Facilitator (Glenda): 604-904-4075
The Transition & Employment program assists young people with disabilities, aged 15+ and their families to navigate the transition from child to adult services, and supports toward employment.
How we can help…
– Assist youth with disabilities to transition into the government services system
– Develop a transition plan for your future
– Provide information regarding transition and employment
– Facilitate workshops and information sessions
– Link you to services and resources in the community
– Attend school transition IEP meetings by request
– Job Club and employment workshops for job seekers
– Job development supports
– Individual appointments are available
We can also assist employers!TOP
Phone: 604 984 6568
When: Monday to Thursday 9am – 4pm, Friday 9am – 1pm
Who: 18 – 24 yrs
STAGE is a transition service for young adults that facilitates growth and independence in educational, vocational and social skills after completing high school.
This program is designed for individuals with disabilities who want to improve academic, work and life skills and will transition out of the service within 1-4 years to access other educational or employment related services and opportunities. This service is best suited to those who wish to further their independence through community-based activities and do not require one to one assistance.
To apply to the STAGE Program you must first call Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) at 604.981.0321 and speak to a Facilitator. The Facilitator will assist you with developing a plan and if appropriate will make a referral to the program on your behalf.TOP
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2G9
Phone: (604) 734-1313 – Main centre
(604) 737-6291 – Referral intake office
Fax: (604) 730-7904
GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre is British Columbia’s largest rehabilitation centre. As a freestanding facility with 68 rehabilitation beds, GF Strong provides inpatient and outpatient outreach and clinical support services to clients.
Please click on the “Access Services” blue tab on the webpage to see a full list of GF Strong programs and services.TOP
1803 East 1st Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5N 1B2
JustWork Economic Initiative is a registered non-profit organization that offers dignified, meaningful employment to people who face barriers to work in the traditional workforce.TOP
North Vancouver, BC
Power To Be inspires youth and families in need of support to discover their limitless abilities through nature-based programs.TOP