Lac La Biche Disability Services | (780) 623-2800

Our History

The association had a grass roots beginning as many of its sister organizations have had. In 1978 a group of parents and interested community members saw a need to offer supports to people with disabilities in a community setting of choice. The agency was first administered out of Plamondon, Alberta and later moved to Lac La Biche.

It was incorporated under the name of the Lac La Biche Association for the Handicapped in 1979. That same year the group played a hand in seeing that the school division offered educational programming to children with disabilities and this mitigated the pressure on families to send their disabled children to Red Deer or Edmonton for an education. With this victory came the desire and need to establish services for adults with developmental disabilities so that if a choice was made by an individual to remain in his or her home community it could be honored.

In 1885-1986, a rural outreach program was started which saw a worker going into the homes of the clients and teaching living skills as well as facilitating supported community inclusion. A couple of years later a community employment program was started.

In 1991 the general membership decided to change the name of the organization to the Community Living for the Little Divide in response to the negative connotation the former agency name presented. (Individuals associated with the agency did not wish to be labeled as handicapped)

The organization celebrated its 25th anniversary in July 2004.

In 2007 the general membership again decided to change the name of the organization to Lac La Biche Disability Services. There was confusion in the community as to what services the agency provided. Our name now clearly defines who we are and what we do.

The agency primarily serves people in Lac La Biche and two Metis settlements in the area: Kikino and Buffalo Lake. We have also supported people with acquired brain injury in St. Paul, Vilna, and Elk Point.

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Lac La Biche Disability Services

Box 2078 10018-103 Avenue
Lac La Biche, Alberta

Phone: (780) 623-2800
Fax: (789) 623-3874


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