• CASE Annual National Conference

    Canadas largest and leading-edge professional development and networking event
    around employment inclusion for people with disabilities.

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    June 14-16, 2016

    CASE Annual National Conference at Chateau Lacombe Hotel Edmonton, Alberta
  • EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL

    CASE is a national association of community-based service providers and stakeholders who are active and invested in employment for persons with disabilities.

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  • WORKING WITH EMPLOYERS

    Service Providers can assist businesses with recruitment, onboarding and retention. We also play a role in building employer capacity around Diversity and Inclusion.

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  • Join the CASE Community

    CASE represents a national network of employment service providers, partnerships and stakeholders. Join the CASE community!

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The Canadian Association for
Supported Employment

CASE WORKS

to increase the employment inclusion of Canadians with disabilities through the provision of leadership, resources and ongoing opportunities.
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CASE BUILDS

the capacity of service providers to achieve success in their work towards employment inclusion.
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CASE PROMOTES

the benefits of employment inclusion to the business community.
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Our Strategic Plan

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE), it is my pleasure to present this strategic plan for 2016 through 2018.

This document is the culmination of several months work by the associations leadership. We consulted with members, scanned our operating environment, and considered how we might best fulfill our mission and pursue our vision in the years ahead.

Publication of this document is the end of that planning process, but it is also an important beginning. In addition to reflecting our priorities, this plan puts forth our promise to members, to employers, and particularly to people with disabilities who seek employment to enrich their lives and their communities.

We look forward to sharing news about the results of our ongoing work in the months to come.

I would like to also thank Patricia Evans, Principal Consultant with Patricia Evans & Associates Inc. for all her hard work guiding us through this strategic plan.


Tracy Williams
President, CASE Board of Directors

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CONFERENCE

CASE annual national conference – Canadas largest and leading-edge professional development and networking event around employment inclusion for people with disabilities.

June 14-16, 2016
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Chateau Lacombe Hotel
Edmonton, Alberta

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Disability Tax Credit | The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. For more information, go to http://www.cra.gc.ca/dtc.

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