DiversAbility Resources

The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, or as more commonly known, BCANDS, is an award winning, Indigenous not for profit, charitable Society serving the unique and diverse disability and health resource / support service needs of Indigenous peoples across Canada.

DAWN Canada was founded in 1985 following a meeting between seventeen women from across Canada who came together to discuss issues of mutual concern. In a society which devalues and often punishes difference of any kind, women with disabilities face many barriers. If we are Indigenous women, LGBTQ, older women, women of colour or immigrant women, we encounter even more discrimination and more barriers

CADDAC is a national  charity providing leadership in awareness, education, and advocacy for ADHD across Canada. CADDAC is committed to increasing the understanding of ADHD. Through generous donations, CADDAC’s programs support parents and individuals affected by ADHD

Inclusion BC is a provincial non-profit federation whose members include people with intellectual disabilities, families and community organizations.
The Inclusion BC provincial office provides advocacy, education and support where and when it’s needed, breaking down barriers and building communities that include people of all abilities.

CLBC, a crown corporation, works with individuals, families, service providers, community and government partners to help people have lives filled with possibilities in welcoming communities.

Joyfully Josie | Helping children understand disabilities

The Joyfully Josie is a series of children’s books and a digital platform to help all children understand disabilities and rare diseases. By the FOXG1 Research Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the lives of every child in the world with FOXG1 syndrome and related disorders.
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