“It has been very exciting and emotional to see Tyler go to work and successfully complete his tasks, feel proud of his job and start to grasp the concept of earning money,” says Daynna of her son’s employment journey with Spider Agile Technologies in Kelowna.
Click here to read their story, one of many that we shared during September’s Disability Employment Month, and learn how CLBC and its partners are increasing employment opportunities across the province.
Karen Coehlo’s experiences growing up with her foster brother Ben have helped her relate to the families she supports as a facilitator in CLBC’s Kamloops office, and understand some of the challenges they encounter.
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