The Livable and Inclusive Communities Project

In 2010, The Canadian Centre on Disability Studies began a research study that explores the development of livable and inclusive communities for people aging with and into disabilities.

The goal of the Livable and Inclusive Communities Project was to develop a more integrated and holistic planning “framework” to help government and other stakeholders in planning communities that are livable and inclusive.

The project concluded in March 2012. The project team would like to thank all project participants for their hard work and dedication.

Welcome

The LIC Concept ModelThe LIC Concept ModelThe LIC Concept Model

Livable and Inclusive Communities Concept Model

Project Overview

Project Background, Purpose, Definition of Livable and Inclusive Community, Project Participants, Project Team, 2010 Workshop ReportsProject Background, Purpose, Definition of Livable and Inclusive Community, Project Participants, Project TeamProject Background, Purpose, Definition of Livable and Inclusive Community, Project Participants, Project Team, 2010 Workshop Reports

Resources for ParticipantsModel & GuideResources for Participants

LIC Model and Discussion Guide, LIC Project Timeline, February 2012 Forum InformationClick “Learn More” for the LIC Model and Discussion Guide.LIC Model and Discussion Guide, LIC Project Timeline, February 2012 Forum Information

Project NewsProject ReportsProject News

A reminder that the LIC Interprovincial Forum is being held on February 21-22 in Winnipeg.Click “Learn More” to access the project reports.A reminder that the LIC Interprovincial Forum is being held on February 21-22 in Winnipeg.