How Families Can Advocate for Investment in the Future of BC’s Neurodiverse & Disabled Children
It is time to get organized, not to despair! Just because a government ministry announces a change, it doesn’t mean it will happen. ACT has put together ‘advocacy tips’ for families getting started. We partnered with supporters in the community to translate them into languages spoken across British Columbia. Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Punjabi, Hindi, Farsi, French, Spanish and Portuguese versions are now available.
We are seeking translators for Arabic and Japanese. Please contact [email protected] if you understand the issues and have a strong knowledge of our target languages.