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Join us for conversations on Housing Options.
Various guest speakers will join to discuss housing options, existing housing communities and provide information on starting points.
March 3, 2022 Speaker – Richmond Assoc for Community Living- Shannon Crofton/ Melissa Irving
For many who receive support from RSCL, Shannon has been there every step of the way. Shannon started with the organization in 1991 working at Pendleton House which provided respite for children at that time. Since then Shannon has worked in programs supporting individuals from childhood through every stage of adulthood, and has been instrumental in the growth of programs and supports offered by RSCL.
Shannon believes that the lifelong supports offered by RSCL is what makes the organization unique, but also ensures that individuals and families are encouraged to plan, learn, dream and grow. From supporting a child to learn new skills, to empowering people through Community Inclusion programs, Shannon is committed to ensuring that RSCL is there; providing diverse programs with the same goal – to encourage the people we support to live rich, fulfilled lives.
From January-October, 2020 Shannon served as Acting Executive Director during which time she demonstrated unwavering leadership. She has not only led the organization through an unprecedented health crisis, she has continued to focus on delivering services that make RSCL a leader in the community living sector.
Family Support Institute of BC (FSI) is a provincial not-for-profit society committed to supporting families who have a family member with a disability. FSI is unique in Canada and the only grass roots family to family organization that has a broad volunteer base.
FSI SUPPORTS AND SERVICES ARE FREE TO ANY FAMILY
You are invited to join FSI CONTINUING CONVERSATIONS, a private Facebook Group intended to continue conversations of support or provide an alternative platform for support. www.facebook.com/groups/fsicontinuingconversations/
All FSI Zoom sessions can be accessed by telephone only if access to computers and/or internet is a barrier. If you need assistance registering for any session, please call our office at 1-800-441-5403.