Who We Are

Our Partners

Inclusion Langley Society is a registered society and charitable organization governed by a Board of Directors.

We offer a range of programs and services that are funded by various BC Ministries and Crown agencies. Our primary funders are Community Living British Columbia and the Ministry of Children and Family Development. Services include an Infant Development Program, Support Child Development Program, Aboriginal Infant & Supported Child Development Program, Early Years, Children’s Respite, Adult Respite, a full range of residential supports including staffed homes, Home Share and Supported Living, Community Inclusion, personal network development and Supported and Customized employment.

All services are accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. ILS is an active part of our local community, as well as a participant in many provincial and national initiatives that advance the inclusion and citizenship of people with intellectual disabilities.



In 1959, a group of dedicated parents founded what is now called Inclusion Langley Society (ILS). In 2017, ILS merged with the Langley Children’s Society. Today, as one of the largest non-profit community organizations in Langley, ILS provides a wide range of services and supports to children and youth with developmental disabilities and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Diversity Statement

ILS acknowledges and respects the value of a diverse community. This includes gender, race, ethnicity, family status, age, mental / physical disabilities, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status and occupational focus.

Our mandate is to maintain an environment that supports these differences by promoting inclusion within our organization and the communities we serve.