Mrs. Jean R. Rawluk
Jean "Becky" Rawluk is one of the family members who helped establish the first Langley Association whose purpose was to advocate and to plan an education for their children.

Becky, who is a mother of two daughters with a developmental disability, has remained very active with the Langley Association since 1959.

During that time she also served for many years as President of the Board of Directors.
HISTORY
On July 30, 1959 a group of dedicated parents founded the Langley Association for Retarded Children to address the needs of their sons and daughters with developmental disabilities.

At that time, few services existed other than institutions like Woodlands School and Tranquille. The organization that parents helped to develop has evolved into what is now called the Langley Association for Community Living.

Today, as one of the largest not-for-profit community organizations in Langley, LACL provides a wide range of services and supports to children and youth with special needs and adults with developmental disabilities.

While language has changed since 1959, the organization's commitment to help people with developmental disabilities lead a life of quality in the community has never wavered. Read the full history of the Langley Association for Community Living in this article entitled Proud of our Past . . . Poised for the Future.
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Langley, BC, V2Z 2V2
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Phone: 604-534-8611
Fax: 604-534-4763

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