Message from the Executive Director
Inclusion Langley Society (ILS) supports more than 1400 children and youth with developmental or special needs and adults with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and their families. ILS has emerged from the recent merger of the Langley Association for Community Living and the Langley Children’s Society (Langley Child Development Centre). You may see more changes in our organization and we will update our website as they occur. In the meantime, you can find more information about our Child Development Services at this link.
Interested in Working for Inclusion
Langley Society?
Join our staff team and support the personal development, safety and community participation of children and youth with special needs and adults with developmental disabilities. We provide competitive wages, comprehensive benefits, an employee recognition program, professional development and opportunities for advancement. Learn more here.
Kim supports James at a workshop.
Diversity Statement
ILS acknowledges and respects the value of a diverse community. This includes gender, race, ethnicity, family status, age, mental / physical disabilities, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status and occupational focus.
Passion: A Pathway to Citizenship
Our mandate is to maintain an environment that supports these
differences by promoting inclusion within our organization and the communities we serve. We are honoured to provide services on the unceded ancestral territories of the Katzie, Kwantlen, Semiahmoo
and Matsqui First Nations.
In this video Gerry London, a young man who lives in Langley, British Columbia talks about his passion of being a disc jockey. It is a reminder to all of us about why it is so important to support people to pursue their dreams.
Detailed site map
Head Office:
23535 - 44th Avenue
Langley, BC, V2Z 2V2
Office Hours:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Monday to Friday
Phone: 604-534-8611
Fax: 604-534-4763
Follow this map to find our offices
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