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Community Living MB Resource Manuals

The following is a list of Resource Manuals that have been produced by ACLMB. These guides are widely distributed by agencies throughout Manitoba.

Below you will find downloadable files that are provided free of charge. If you download any of these guides and find them useful, please consider making a donation to support the work we do.

Community Living MB Resource Guides

A Parent's Guide to Inclusive Education - PG2IE.pdf

Personal Guide to the Vulnerable Persons Act (VPA) - Personal_VPA.pdf

Parents' Guide to the Vulnerable Persons Act (VPA) - Family-VPA.pdf

An Agency Guide to the Vulnerable Persons Act (VPA) - Agency-VPA.pdf

A Family Guide to Adult Services - Family-Adult_Services.pdf

A Family Guide to Options - FamilyGuideToOptions.pdf

A Home of My Own - A_Home_of_My_Own.pdf (somewhat dated but still valuable information revision planned for 2020)

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COVID-19 Forum and Resources:

YOUR NEW NORMAL - a practical, plain language guide, to help people think about how to make the best of what is happening right now during the pandemic COVID-19:

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A Developmental Perspective on Autism (booklet) Information for Parents and Caregivers - ADAPT MB booklet.pdf

We're In This Together (brochure) Parent Well-Being After an Autism Diagnosis - ADAPT MB brochure.pdf

building on abilities (BOA) discussion series

1st of 3 series Building on Abilities (BOA)

2nd of 3 series Building on Abilities (BOA)

c.a.c.l. position statements

Position on Employment: CACL-Position-on-Employment-2020.pdf

Position on Housing: CACL-Position-Statement-on-Housing-2020.pdf

Position on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD): CACL-Position on_MAiD-2019.pdf

c.a.c.l. covid-19 resources for families

f.a.n. of mb (The family advocacy network of manitoba)

The Family Advocacy Group is a new community-building and social awareness group connecting families of special needs children across Manitoba. No matter the challenge, FAN is committed to crusading for better government assistance for people of all abilities as well as bringing families together for emotional support.

the freedom tour (2008)

A powerful documentary that has been raising awareness about institutions both nationally and internationally.

Family and Disability Support

Information for Manitobans with Disabilities Fact Sheets - find caregivers or register to be one

Inclusive Employment

Ready Willing and Able

Inclusive Education
Government Links - Manitoba Education Home Page
Inclusive Education Canada
Three Block Model of Universal Design for Learning

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July 2020:

Service Providers Outreach

Open Future Learning
Council on Quality & Leadership e-Learning

United NAtions Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

What Home Means to Me - A People First Video (video time 16:10)
Hope is not a Plan (video time 51:56)
Poverty Watch newsletter