How to enter a Adult Program offered by TACL, If you or a loved one is interested in attending a TACL program, please contact Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) and request a referral. All TACL programs require a CLBC referral directly from CLBC.
Adult program referrals are accepted through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).
People may receive information on TACL services through their CLBC worker, by contacting TACL directly, exploring our website or through a TACL brochure.
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Child and Youth program referrals are accepted through Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD).
Referrals for service are received from a Ministry of Children and Youth with Special Needs Worker who will provide a summary of them to us the contractor when initiating services.
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TACL provides support for people who have an intellectual disability in residential settings or “group homes”. Our homes consist of 5 or 6 people sharing a home with each person receiving specialized support from support workers 24 hours per day.
The Community Support program provides services to individuals with disabilities who live independently in the community. Some people need support to buy groceries, see the doctor, see the dentist or to create and maintain a financial budget.
Self-Advocacy is about speaking for yourself, speaking out for your rights and teaching others to speak out for their rights. It is important for people with disabilities to learn and understand that they have the right to make choices for themselves.
Our Day Program operates Monday to Friday where the focus is Employment and Community Inclusion where we offer Customized Employment options as well as Skill Development and our Social/Rec and Leisure activities.
Child and Youth Program
The Child and Youth Care (CYC) Program is committed to a creative and fun approach to learning. In general, the CYC Program meets three times a week during the school year on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Career Development Services (CDS) is a non-profit organization that provides the tools necessary for persons with disabilities and persons with multiple barriers to employment to gain mainstream employment.