Children considered “handicapped” are routinely institutionalized. Government takes no responsibility for the education of children with developmental disabilities and advise families to send children to residential institutions. The creation of a large institution in New Westminster, first called the Provincial Asylum for the Insane and later known as Woodlands School (pictured), or just Woodlands are among other large institutions – Tranquille, Glendale, and the Endicott Centre – built around the province.