Giving back adds significant meaning to our lives! Pathways exists to not only better the lives of people living locally, but globally as well.
Meet Nelly, who is a parent of another one of our Chilliwack program participants.
We love our Pathways’ Community! Meet Melanie, who is a parent of one of our Chilliwack program participants.
We love our Pathways’ Community! Meet Jennifer, a participant in our Langley Pathways program.
I appreciate that this blog may make some uncomfortable, angry even. I think there are times when we look at things we do to support people with intellectual disabilities and say, “It provides so much happiness, so much self esteem, how could it possibly be wrong?”
At Pathways, one of our core beliefs was always "All people, regardless of their perceived ability, are read to work, live and play in the community." This value speaks to the notion that success is contingent on acceptance and belonging.
Accepting and valuing people for who they are is key to the development of self worth and self actualization.