BCANDS Philosophy / Mission / Values / Vision

                                   BCANDS “From the Outside Looking In…”                              2017 Indigenous Disability and Wellness Gathering 

On November 29th, 29th and 30th during the third anniversary of November being declared and proclaimed as “Aboriginal Disability Awareness Month” in British Columbia BCANDS will host the 2017 “From the Outside Looking In…” – Indigenous Disability and Wellness Gathering in Victoria, British Columbia.

To learn more about the Gathering please click on the banner below to be taken to the 2017 Gathering website. Want to keep up-to-date on all the Gathering happenings as planning moves forward?  Follow the Gathering on Twitter!

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The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society has been in successful existence for 25 years! During those years the Society has seen great change and growth as we, as an organization, have matured, increased our capacity and continually gained insight from our clients, Nations, communities and British Columbia’s Indigenous leadership. Our services and our efforts are supported by their (client’s, Nations, communities and leadership) identified disability and health resource / support services needs, priorities and directions.

Our Mission

“Supporting the unique and comprehensive disability, health and resource needs of Indigenous persons and organizations across British Columbia, through relevant, timely and accessible client services”

Our Vision

“Healthy Indigenous persons, families and communities, at all ages and at all levels, achieved through quality and relevant BCANDS health information / resources and support service’s and through responsive and inclusive BCANDS disability case management programs.”