Inclusion Langley Self-Advocates Group
Self- Advocate Committee
Since 2009, Inclusion Langley has supported the Self-Advocate Committee to ensure that the voices of self-advocates are heard and included in the work of the organization. Inclusion Langley supports self-advocates to be involved in local and provincial conferences to increase their knowledge in the self-advocacy movement.
The committee has developed plain language resource materials for individuals supported through the organization such as; Abuse and Neglect: A Guide for Self-Advocates and the Plain Language Guide to Supported Decision Making. The committee has open membership at all times.
Self-Advocate Leadership Group
Inclusion Langley offers a safe place, free of judgement, for adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder to meet and talk about issues that self-advocates experience in their daily lives.
This group will be offered informal leadership training to develop their skills and knowledge to speak up on a variety of issues. Inclusion Langley Society provides advisors to the group to help strengthen the connection of the self-advocate leadership group with other self-advocate groups provincially.
23535 44 Ave
Langley, BC V2Z 2V2