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Welcome to the Inclusion Kamloops Society.

Our Mission:

To provide opportunities for persons with a developmental disability to experience a full life in as many aspects as they so choose. We will do this by providing supports and services to the best of our ability, either alone or in partnership.”



“We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia”


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New KSCL Website

Welcome to our new, improved and evolving website. We are currently under construction and are very excited to be able to share valuable information with you in this new format. Feel free to look around.  If you have any comments, questions or suggestions please contact  at  kscl@shawbiz.ca.

Thank you!


Transforming Organizations to Employment First Cultures and Services

Monday, March 15
CLBC will present an overview of the new Employment First policy. Dale DiLeo will introduce participants to employment models and explore the philosophical basis for making an organizational shift away from day programs and into employment. In the afternoon, he will explore the roles, responsibilities and basic strategies for positions throughout the organization (e.g. Boards, leadership, managers and staff) to make these shifts.
Tuesday, March 16
Dale DiLeo will respond to the questions posed by registrants on their registration forms and invite service providers and CLBC to participate in a joint discussion of them. Questions will be grouped according to the themes that emerged from the Reinventing Day Services event: (1) organizational change (new roles and responsibilities), (2) transforming day programs, (3) human resources and training, (4) partnerships, and (5) policy, advocacy and funding.
Holiday Inn Express - Vancouver Metrotown, 4405 Central Blvd, Burnaby B.C.


Happy New Year!


Congratulations to Julie Alexander!!!

Julie nominated her manager, Al Avila from Shoppers Drug Mart , for a CLBC WOW Award.  Out of 80 nominations Al was one of only four winners in the entire province!  Great work Julie and thanks to the North Hills Shoppers Drug Mart!

WOW awards are given to employers that embrace inclusive employment opportunites.  Please check out some coverage from the local media:

Kamloops BC Now
CBC Kamloops


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