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Our Mission Statement:  We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the individuals we support with dignity and respect. We promote the rights of all individuals to full inclusion in partnership with our community.

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Day Programs

The Discovery Day Program:

Introduction:

In the Discovery Day Program, participants are supported to engage in a person-centered planning process with a focus on the three main program focuses: Employment & Volunteering Skills, Practical & Applied Skills, and Recreation & Fitness. The program schedule runs Monday to Friday with morning and afternoon blocks each day.

Discovery participants are often very independent; many study, work, volunteer and participate in recreational sports leagues in the community. As such, participants choose appropriate programming blocks to fit their schedules and support their personal goals. The program also offers a social/recreational evening once per month.

Referrals:

  • Referrals are made through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

The Oceanside Community Inclusion Day Program:

Introduction:

As the "Choices" and "Options" community inclusion day programs will now be together at our new building under the new program name "Oceanside Day Program", many of the activities that participants have enjoyed in the past will continue to be offered, along with some new ones. Participants have had an opportunity to create a calendar of activities with staff and have chosen their activities for the fall/winter schedule.

Activities being offered on the new schedule are: newspaper delivery, music, dance and movement, art, cooking class, computers and technology, "coffee chat" daily discussions, current events, photography club, literacy circle, library, senior’s centre, games, community exploration, fitness and exercise, bowling, program supplies shopping, TLC (BLT) computer lab, Music and Motion, trips to Nanaimo, special events and parties, skill building (practical and applied skills, social, personal development), volunteering (SOS, Food Bank, Soup Kitchen, Meals on Wheels, Eagle Park Gift Shop Trolley).

As our new building provides a larger space, each group will have their own area to engage in program activities. The schedule is set up to provide opportunities each day for both community and in-house activities.

Referrals:

  • Referrals are made through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

CARF International
Inclusion Parksville is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). To learn more, please visit CARF Canada's website.
Scent Free Zone
Inclusion Parksville is a scent free zone; scented products (may include cologne/perfume, hair products, body sprays and lotions, cleaning products, laundry supplies, highly scented soaps and deodorants) should not be worn or used on the premises.
Anti Bullying
Inclusion Parksville has zero tolerance for bullying. For more informatino on bullying, visit the websites of the Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety or Work Safe BC.

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