#AdvoCon2018 – Full Brochure on Speakers and Workshops

We’re so close now to our third annual conference on October 6th in Surrey! Get your tickets here: Advocacy: Strategies and Solutions This conference would not be possible without our sponsors and we’re so grateful – thank you! #YEM_BC youreducationmatters.ca facebook.com/youreducationmatters @inclusionbc http://inclusionbc.org/ facebook.com/InclusionBC You may also want to check out our pre-conference lightning talk … More #AdvoCon2018 – Full Brochure on Speakers and Workshops

Back to School – 8 things you can do to prepare your child with special needs

Find out when that first day is – will your child be attending on the first day of school? Often schools will ‘suggest’ that your child may be more comfortable attending a few days or even a few weeks later instead, and sometimes you won’t find this out until very close to the date. And some families choose a later transition because they know that this is what will work best for their child. … More Back to School – 8 things you can do to prepare your child with special needs

Call For Proposals

Call for Proposals: Advocacy – Strategies and Solutions, BCEdAccess 2018 Conference and AGM BCEdAccess, as an organization of parents, guardians and allies, supports the rights of children and youth with special needs and/or disabilities to achieve equitable access to a quality education in accordance with international human rights law, and full inclusion and participation in … More Call For Proposals

Notes from Advocacy In Action Part 1 – Building Relationships

Building Relationships was one of the excellent workshops we were fortunate to have at our second annual advocacy conference, Advocacy In Action (2017). It was presented by Erika Cedillo and José Duarte. You’re really going to have to look out for their next live version of this presentation, because their energy and enthusiasm really gave … More Notes from Advocacy In Action Part 1 – Building Relationships

Guest Post: Effective Approaches to Resolving School Issues for Your Child With Special Needs

With the startup to the new school year, and the many challenges that parents typically encounter around this time, I thought it might be valuable to have a comprehensive guide to how to proceed.  I turned to Inclusion BC to see if they could provide some guidance.  This excellent and thorough document is what they … More Guest Post: Effective Approaches to Resolving School Issues for Your Child With Special Needs

Letter to Autism BC Re: Fair and Equitable Access and Human Rights

The letter below was sent to the Board of Directors of Autism BC yesterday in light of the recent news of one of their Directors’ connection to a number of groups that have strongly advocated not only against curriculum resources designed to create more safety and inclusion for LGBTQ2S+ students, but also against the very … More Letter to Autism BC Re: Fair and Equitable Access and Human Rights

#AdvoCon2018 Schedule

I had to share the beautiful work done by Amanda Hillis of our conference brochure – thank you Amanda! To learn more about our 3rd annual Advocacy conference, click here: Advocacy: Strategies and Solutions FAQs Brochure pages with schedule: Schedule page 1 Schedule page 2 Schedule page 3 Schedule page 4