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New Brunswick Association for Community Living

New Brunswick Association for Community Living - New Brunswick Association for Community Living - Fredericton

Services

CUPE Strike Note: Navigation services for families of children with intellectual or developmental disabilities to understand and access programs

Early Learning
  • develops the skills, practices, and resources within early-learning childcare facilities
  • training and resources are offered to both early learning staff and parents
  • offered provincially but only houses staff at some NBACL offices
Inclusive Education
  • support, training, and advocacy to facilitate equal opportunity for student educational inclusion
  • offered in partnership with EECD
Case Management for Community College
  • support for students obtaining post-secondary education
  • focus on NBCC and CCNB special admissions programs
Family Support
  • direct support, navigation, education, advocacy, and training for families who have members with an intellectual or developmental disability
  • offered provincially but only houses staff at some NBACL offices
Transition to Work
  • post-secondary or work-readiness support for students in grades 10, 11, and 12
Independent Facilitation
  • one-on-one support for adults (19 to 64) with a disability and their families
  • planning and identifying avenues to support goals and personal needs
Ready, Willing, and Able
  • support and connections for persons with ASD and potential employers
  • ASD awareness for potential employers and the general public
  • offered in partnership with Inclusion Canada, the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorders Alliance, and their member organizations
Social Inclusion Program
  • supporting the inclusion of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
    • independence
    • personal support
    • social involvement

Hours

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Eligibility

Persons with an intellectual or developmental disability and their loved ones, no diagnosis is required

Disabilities access

Fully accessible

Documents required

No documents required
Website
Agency email

Phone numbers

  • 506-453-4400 Office
  • 1-866-622-2548 Toll Free Toll Free
  • 506-453-4422 Fax Fax

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Last updated: November 3, 2021