The society was able to add a new twenty passenger- wheelchair conversion bus to its fleet. This will make the ride a little nicer for everyone when being transported to program activities, Special Olympic,...
Community Living Month was celebrated at Fairview Day Program with a Cultural Themed Celebration on October 28th, 2016. Special cultural food dishes were shared, items displayed, music from different cultures played, everyone marked the...
There were over a hundred attendees who enjoyed this year’s SOAICL Christmas Luncheon. During the event Oliver MLA Linda Larsen spoke to the group sharing how valuable Community Living is to the community. Executive...
The SOAICL website will be under construction for the next few days for a security update. SOAICL Offices: 250 498 0309
The Membership, Board of Directors, Staff, and Associates of the Society shall enhance, empower, and support both collectively and individually, every person with special needs to achieve his or her potential and to access and enjoy the same opportunities, rights, responsibilities, and quality of life as an equal member in our community.
To promote, organize, and support the education, training, development and welfare of special needs children and adults in a manner consistent with the Mission Statement, and bear in mind always, the strengths and needs of the individual as well as the principles of normalization and integration.
The society has a vision of full citizenship for persons served.
Southern Okanagan Association for Integrated Community Living is a CARF Accredited Society.
CARF is an international, not-for-profit organization that accredits human services providers. Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities, the accrediting body is now know as CARF.