BC Centre for Ability
Founded in 1969, the BC Centre for Ability was formerly known as the Neurological Centre. It is a non-profit organization that provides services to more than 3,000 children, youth and adults with neurological, physical and developmental disabilities, and their families. Since its inception, the Centre has been delivering a wide range of high quality community-based services using a family centered approach. It promotes the right of individuals with disabilities to participate as valued members of their communities.
A dedicated group of families, consumers, volunteers and professionals united by our belief in the right of all individuals who live with disabilities to live in an inclusive community that value their participation. We strive to provide community leadership, by example and advocacy, in programs for persons with physical, neurological and/or developmental disabilities.
To provide community based services that enhance the quality of life of children, youth and adults with disabilities and their families in ways that facilitate and build competencies, and foster inclusion in all aspects of life.
- The right of all persons to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential
- The unique and diverse strengths of individuals and families
- The importance of respect and dignity for all persons
- Equality of access to services
- Partnerships between families, professionals and consumers
- Support for children, youth and adults in their home and community
- Excellence in service provision
Contact: Angie Kwok, Executive Director
Services for Children
The BC Centre for Ability has a multi-disciplinary team of therapists, social workers and supported child development consultants serving infants, toddlers, pre-school children and school-aged children. Please find more detail within the following sections:
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