By putting this group together, it means the government is nearly ready for many Albertans with disabilities to finally share their solutions as to what makes a house a home. We also made this video for International Day of Disabled Persons to let people know we have good ideas about what makes a house a home.
Where to get more information:
To read the official news release, to learn more about who is on the team or to learn when the talks with community will begin, please visit this link for the latest news and updates.
Why we have hope:
By putting this group together, it means the government is ready for many Albertans with disabilities, families, landlords, caregivers, service providers and concerned citizens to share their solutions as to what makes a house a home. It is a chance to make a solution together.
We want to express our gratitude for the government for stopping, now looking and soon listening to all of us. A great step forward and very fitting the day after the United Nations "International Day of Persons with Disabilities" where many countries, including Canada celebrated this years theme "Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities."
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