Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN)

PLAN’s mission is to help families secure the future for their relative with a disability and to provide peace of mind. This means ending isolation and loneliness, creating financial security, enabling everyone to make a contribution, ensuring choice, and creating genuine homes.

Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN)
#260 3665 Kingsway
Vancouver, British Columbia V5R 5W2
Canada
604 439-9566
http://www.plan.ca

Executive Director

Jack Styan

Management Team

Al Etmanski, President null, Jack Styan, Executive Director, Brian Smith, Director of Social Enterprise, Sharon DiSanto, Director of Member Services

Board of Directors

Al Etmanski, President null, Jack Styan, Executive Director, Brian Smith, Director of Social Enterprise, Sharon DiSanto, Director of Member Services

Project Leaders

Heather McArthur

Mission

PLAN’s mission is to help families secure the future for their relative with a disability and to provide peace of mind. This means ending isolation and loneliness, creating financial security, enabling everyone to make a contribution, ensuring choice, and creating genuine homes.

Programs

-Social Networks -Warm Bear Family-to-Family Connection -Future Planning Consultations -Will and Estate workshops and review -Personal Plan Development -Financial and Estate Planning -Housing Options Review -Advocacy and Service Options Review -Telephone Coaching -Workshops and Tele-learning -Policy Development -Disability Registered Savings Plan

Statistics on Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN)

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2006: $771,300
  • Annual Budget for 2005: $742,170
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $771,300
  • Other funding sources: Families Corporations & Foundations Products & Services – Books & CD ROMs that we sell Gaming