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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

Adults and children 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: August 8, 2022