Saturday, June 2nd is Access Awareness Day

Access Awareness Day

Celebrated annually on the first Saturday in June, Access Awareness Day is a comprehensive campaign to raise awareness about disability, accessibility, and inclusion.

Access Awareness Day has been made possible because of dedicated and inspired individuals who understand the importance of inclusion; the recognition that both the right and the opportunity to participate in all aspects of human life enable individuals and communities to celebrate their diversity and recognize their responsibilities.
Access Awareness Day is ultimately about more than just one day a year. It is a call to respond creatively and purposefully to build a society where barriers to inclusion are removed, and to ensure the independence, self-esteem, dignity, and security of all citizens.

Building Community & Accessibility Together

Community Events - AAD 2018

June 6: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Free community barbecue on Wednesday, June 6 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at NAR Park, by the Art Gallery, hosted by the Dawson Creek Society for Community Living.
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Building Community & Accessibility Together. Accessible parking is part of a complete community... Join SPARC BC in celebrating Access Awareness Day on Saturday, June 2nd 2018