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We are pleased to share with you our Supported Employment Career Exploration Guide, a newly created resource for employment specialists and job seekers. It is available as a PDF for completing by hand, and a Word Form, for completing electronically.

Abbotsford School District - Community Connections Booklet

Access to Travel
Information on accessible transportation and travel across Canada.

bc211 - Community, Social and Government Services

Best Practices in Supported Employment
With the right job match and the right support, everyone can be employed.

CLBC Community Resources Database

Disability Alliance BC

(2016) Emergency Preparedness Resources for People with Disabilities

Enquiry BC 1-800-663-7867 or TTY 1-800-661-8773

Fraser Health Emergency Numbers

Functional Assessment and Program Development for Problem Behavior; A Practical Handbook (Book)

Government of Canada Information 1-800-O-Canada
(1-800-662-6232) or TTY 1-800-926-9105

InfoChilliwack

InfoMission

Multicultural Health Services/ Programs and Resources in Abbotsford (AMSSA)

Pacific Autism Family Network

Positive Behavior Supports for Adults with Disabilities in Employment, Community, and Residential Settings: Practical Strategies that Work (Book)

(bc 211) Red Book Online

Resource Handbook for New Immigrants With Disabilities
In partnership with Abbotsford Community Services, facilitated by the Abbotsford Welcoming Communities Project.

Self-Employment Program (SEP) for BC Employment Assistance (BCEA) clients who either have a Persons with Disabilities (PWD) designation, or meet the Persons with Persistent Multiple Barriers (PPMB) criteria

Tax Assistance and Information for People with Disabilities DABC (Tax AIF DABC)

Technology at Work

The Road Ahead: Transition to Adult Life for Persons with Disabilities (Book)

Victoria Disability Resource Centre

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