Who We Are
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.
Inclusion Society recognizes its responsibility as a leader in supporting a community that respects diversity and fosters social inclusion. The Society strives to deliver inclusive service, affirming the dignity of those we serve regardless of heritage (race, ethnicity, culture, nationality, linguistic origin, place of origin, citizenship, colour, ancestry), education, beliefs, creed (religion, faith, spirituality), gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental health, physical or cognitive capabilities, socio-economic status, and political belief.
Diversity enriches community and the Society is committed to respecting, appreciating, and celebrating the diversity of the people we support, employees, students, volunteers, members, donors, funders, and all community partners. We strive to increase understanding and acceptance of each other, thereby making us more compassionate human beings and strengthening the fabric of our community.