In-person sessions will be offered to clients based on a comprehensive strategy to determine priority assessment, Centre capacity and clinical judgement. Read More
BC Centre for Ability (BCCFA) is pleased to announce the launch of a new client record management (CRM) system and secure, electronic portal for clients and families in the Supported Child Development Program and Community Brain Injury Program.
My name is Dave Namkung, my family and I are fairly new members to the BC Centre for Ability community, and I’m writing to you in my capacity as a Gala Committee member for our upcoming fundraising event, Dining for Dreams, on April 23, 2020. Read More
We would like to welcome Allyson Clark to the BC Centre for Ability as the newest member Read More
We would like to welcome Mark Gruenheid to the BC Centre for Ability as our new Senior Leader, Adult & Vocational Services. Read More
“We are thrilled to announce Leena Joseph as our new Director of Finance starting June 10th, 2019. Leena has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and received her Chartered Accountant designation Read More
The night of April 25th, 2019 marked the 20th annual BC Centre for Ability Dining for Dreams Gala. The gala took place at the beautiful Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in Vancouver Read More
The Board of Directors of the BCCFA Association announces the appointment of our new Executive Director, Joshua Myers.
Effective November 30, 2017, British Columbia Centre for Ability (BCCFA) Association Society and Children’s Rehabilitation and Cerebral Palsy Association (CRCPA) Society amalgamated under the new Society name, British Columbia Centre for Ability Association.