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Disability Alliance BC

For over 40 years, Disability Alliance BC has been a provincial, cross-disability voice in BC. Our mission is to raise public and political awareness around disability issues, as well as providing self-help services and resources. We work to secure the necessary income and other supports for people to live with dignity, and increase people’s ability to participate and contribute in their communities.

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The Registered Disability Savings Plan: Webinars

Learn all you need to know about this Canada-wide matched savings plan specifically for people with disabilities: - How to become eligible, open and manage your RDSP - How to benefit and maximize your savings - ...
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Video (ASL): The Victim Impact Statement

This video (presented in ASL) is part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info ...
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How to Write Your Victim Impact Statement

This Help Sheet and video are part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info on ...
Also available in: French
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How To Report a Crime to Police

This Help Sheet and video are part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info on ...
Also available in: French
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Going to Court and Being a Witness

This Help Sheet and video are part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info on ...
Also available in: French
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Video (plain language): What Happens When You Go To Court

This plain-language video is part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info on ...
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What To Do If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

This Help Sheet and video are part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info on ...
Also available in: French
View PDF from Disability Alliance BC


Video (ASL): How To Report a Crime to Police

This video (presented in ASL) is part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info ...
Watch video from Disability Alliance BC


Video (ASL): Being a Witness and Testifying in Court

This video (presented in ASL) is part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info ...
Watch video from Disability Alliance BC


Video (ASL): What to Do If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

This video (presented in ASL) is part of the How I Need to Know Project, which provides information for people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Funded by the Department of Justice Victim’s Fund. Info ...
Watch video from Disability Alliance BC