In The News

Help Us Tell the Story of Inclusive Education

RSCL’s Inclusive Education Committee is creating a video, documenting the history of inclusive education in the Richmond School District. We are asking members of the Richmond community for any photos, stories, documentation, or artifacts that tells about your/your child’s journey … Continue reading

New Offices for IDP and SCDP

Please note that RSCL’s Infant Development Program (IDP) and Supported Child Development Program (SCDP) are no longer located at Richmond Caring Place. The NEW address is: #202 – 5811 Cooney Rd Richmond, BC V6X 3M1 IDP   Fax   604 … Continue reading

Leadership Change at RSCL

On behalf of Richmond Society for Community Living Board of Directors and our dedicated staff team, I am announcing the resignation of our Executive Director Janice Barr. For more than two decades, Janice has worked tirelessly on behalf of our … Continue reading

Home Share Provider Wanted

Home Share matches a skilled caregiver with an individual with a developmental disability to share living space and help facilitate as much independence as possible. It is an opportunity for an individual to develop skills within the home and build … Continue reading

Richmond News “Non-Profits in Richmond risk homelessness”

Rapid development in the City of Richmond means that non-profits with program locations in city centre are being squeezed out.

Recruiting Respite Caregivers

Do you have a desire to support adults or children with a disability? Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life? Do you want to earn some extra money? Respite contractors give parents and caregivers a much-needed break … Continue reading

Home Share Caregivers Wanted

Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life? Do you want to earn additional income by sharing your home with a person with a disability? Home Share is a program that matches people with developmental disabilities with individuals … Continue reading

RSCL Calls for Fair Wages for All Employees

The Government’s unfortunate decision to increase wages for some workers – and not others who do the same work – has created a division between people who are committed to providing services and supports to help people in our community … Continue reading

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RSCL named Association of the Year!

On Thursday, November 23rd, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce hosted their 40th Business Excellence Awards. The event as a sell-out with more than 400 guests in attendance to recognize local businesses and organizations in a range of categories including New … Continue reading