WorkSafeBC’s work is based on supporting healthy and safe workplaces throughout the province. Advancing equity, diversity, accessibility and inclusion is a strategic priority.
Accessibil-IT’s mission is to make all documents fully accessible for people with disabilities. This can include people that are blind, with visual and/or cognitive disabilities.
Working uniquely at the intersection of innovation and inclusion, we apply the principles of social innovation and customer experience to inclusion and equity work.
We are a social enterprise of Open Door Group. We draw on the diverse lived experience and professional expertise of our team to deliver comprehensive and innovative approaches to disability inclusion.
Inclusion Powell River is a Community Living organization that has served the qathet/Powell River region for nearly 70 years.
DSRF’s mission is to support people living with Down syndrome and their families with individualized and leading-edge educational programs, health services, information resources, and rich social connections so each person can flourish in their own right.
The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia and Yukon (CPHR BC & Yukon) propels the HR profession forward by supporting its members with education and advocacy.
March of Dimes Canada is a leading national charity committed to championing equity, empowering ability, and creating real change that will help the more than six million people living with disabilities across the country.
CAYA is available to provide guidance to businesses, organizations, and programs to make their services accessible to people with speech and language disabilities.
Low Entropy is a charity that is making personal development accessible to all. In doing so, we are providing people with tools to change themselves and their surroundings.
Who We Are Make A Change Canada is a national and accredited charitable organization providing online programs to individuals and Read More
We are an accessibility focused design, marketing, and communication agency that is a collective of professionals all impacted by disability in their lives.
Specialisterne is an internationally recognized leader in harnessing the talents of people on the autism spectrum, or with similar neurodiversities, by providing them with the opportunity to sustain meaningful employment.
KC Society is an advocate of diversity and inclusion and will open their doors to anyone who is in need of food, counseling, employment services, or community relationships.
Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work builds inclusive workplaces where workers with disabilities thrive in employment.
Autism CanTech! (ACT!) is a national federally funded program that helps Autistic youth gain entry-level employability and technical skills for the digital economy in a variety of different technical roles.
Autism BC supports autistic individuals by providing parents and communities with knowledge and by engaging with people on the autism spectrum to create stronger, more diverse communities.
UGTS is a wrap around support service provider for people in need that are experiencing hard times. With a needs based approach, we start with the question of ‘what do you need’ and we work from there.
Inclusion BC offer two national initiatives focused on increasing employment opportunities for people with an intellectual disability.
Currently CBI runs the L.E.A.P. (Learning Employment Action Plan) program to support youth, aged 15-30 years, with multiple barriers to employment.