Transition Fair brings information and service providers together

From Sara Donnelly / Powell River Peak Turning 19 is a rite of passage for any youth. For those with disabilities it marks a change in the services available as the teen moves, or ages out, from childhood to adult services. Navigating through these changes can be complex and daunting for both parents and the […]

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Coldest Night of the Year

The Coldest Night of the Year event was on Saturday, February 23, 2019. CNOY is a national walk-a-thon that helps raise funds for charities that serve hungry, homeless and hurting people in town, and in 136 communities across Canada. Congratulations to the inclusion Powell River clients and staff who participated this year. Their goal was […]

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Strength on the other side of bullying

original source: Sara Donnelly / Powell River Peak   In recent years, Pink Shirt Day has brought the issue of bullying top of mind at schools and beyond. Being the victim of intimidation, cruelty and exclusion can happen to anyone at any stage of life, but those with physical and intellectual differences are much more […]

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At the ARC: A Femme-sational Celebration

On Saturday, March 2nd 2 events celebrating International Women’s Day! Bloom 4,:00-8:30pm, family friendly with Artists, Wordsmiths and live music! Tea, food and facepainting! Then at at 8:30pm Glow 8;30pm-Midnight a Black Light Dance Party, 19+ cash bar, food, elixirs an black light facepainting Both events $15-25, pay what you can and all Profits Go […]

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Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Nominations!

inclusion Powell River would like to congratulate its staff for all their hard work and dedication for all the noble work they do. It is because of that work that iPR has garnered a best Non-Profit nomination in the Powell River Chamber of Commerce Awards. Along with this nomination, our CEO Lilla Tipton has received […]

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Transition Fair 2019

March 7 3:30 – 5:30pm Brooks Secondary School For Youth and Families With Developmental Disabilities, Age 14-25

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Changes to Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) Benefits

From our Community Partner, the Disability Alliance BC (DABC) Service Canada has begun reaching out to people who had previously been denied Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) benefits because they had either been on CPP Early Retirement benefits for greater than 15 months, or their disability began after they started collecting CPP Early Retirement benefits. […]

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Inclusion BC, community partners to pull donation bins pending safety review

Inclusion BC, community partners to pull donation bins pending safety review New Westminster, January 3, 2019 — Inclusion BC was deeply saddened to learn of the death of a man in one of our clothing donation bins in West Vancouver. Our deepest condolences go out to all who have been touched by this tragic event. Safety is a top priority for Inclusion BC and our member agencies that participate […]

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2018 Christmas Card Fundraiser

Our Annual Christmas Card Fundraiser had a wonderful response, raising over $1500 for our Wish Fund. The Wish Fund provides supports that regular funding does not cover and the generosity of the donors is greatly appreciated. Thank you all and Merry Christmas! Aaron Service and Supply Dawn & Rick Adaszynski Glenda Behan & Robert Smith […]

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The Awesome, Rad Christmas Craft Fair Was Indeed, Awesome!!

Thanks to all the crafters for participating today. Your arts and crafts were and are wonderful and we look forward to working with all of you in the future. Thank you to all that came out to the craft fair. We salute you for supporting local entrepreneurs and inclusion Powell River.

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