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An update from Plan Institute & PLAN

Greetings and Happy 2018 from Plan Institute & PLAN,This past year has seen many changes and exciting initiatives for both Plan Institute and  Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN), and we’d like to share an update with …

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Two Job Opportunities with Plan Institute

We are hiring for two exciting temporary roles at Plan Institute! If you are passionate about non-profit work and are looking for some great experience working with an amazing organization, please apply. The following …

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Call for submissions for Safe and Secure Indigenous

Safe and Secure: Seven Steps on the Path to a Good Life for People with Disabilities is an inspirational guidebook and national bestseller with over ten versions in print since 1996 and an estimated 100,000 …

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NEW VIDEO – Access RDSP | Planning for the Future: A Success Story

Access RDSP is a partnership between Plan Institute, Disability Alliance BC and the BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS). The project is generously funded by the Vancouver Foundation. Through this project, we are …

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Tackle your Taxes and Reap the Rewards

Words of Wisdom from Tax AID DABC By Sam Turcott,  Director, Advocacy Access Program at Disability Alliance BC (DABC) People with and without disabilities often have an aversion to income taxes.  The process of filing …

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Happy Holidays!

From the entire board and staff team at Plan Institute, we would like to wish you a warm and happy holiday season and a wonderful start to 2018. We want to extend our sincerest …

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Inclusive, accessible communities support people of all abilities

A press release from Social Development and Poverty Reduction See original posting here. B.C.’s third annual accessibility progress report was released today, providing an update on the past year’s work and partnerships with people with …

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Managing your money: New indigenous financial wellness resource

At Plan Institute we are strong believers in financial and future planning, which we feel is important for everyone. Being that November is National Financial Literacy Month as well as Indigenous Disability Awareness Month …

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Issues for Indigenous People with Disabilities

By Evelyn Huntjens and Kelsey Finlay Poverty places individuals at a much greater risk of acquiring a disability due to the general lack of health care, nutrition, sanitation and safe working conditions. This is often …

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Seeking an Editor for Safe and Secure Indigenous

British Columbia Aboriginal Network On Disability Society (BCANDS)and Plan Institute are working together on an Indigenous version of the disability planning guide, Safe and Secure: Seven Steps on the Path to a Good Life for People …

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