I did two days of charting in Victoria – the first day was full of self advocate presentations, games, and a wonderful panel on employment. The second day was part of our Inclusive Research Community Mapping projects, funded by a grant from B.C. Ideas, in which, working with a self advocate co-host, my facilitation partner, Shelley Nessman, engages people with intellectual disabilities in a discussion about where they contribute, where they are welcomed and what roles they play in their communities. We were wonderfully hosted by the Self Advocates for a Brighter Future, who were supported by Becon Services and the South Island Community Council.
New Charts – Victoria sessions