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CASE Newsletter 2017

Staying connected and up to date with our national membership is important to us.  In this Newsletter edition CASE Board Members share the latest news on national initiatives and important new connections.  Member organizations share their latest local news, controversial blogs, and inclusive employment success stories.

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CASE Newsletter Winter 2017

CASE Works for employment equality for people with disabilities year round for its members and job seekers. This Newsletter shares some of the events that have taken place in 2016.

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CASE Newsletter Spring 2016

It’s an exciting time for the CASE Board and CASE Members across Canada, with several new connections, nation-wide DEAM events and the Collective Impact National Supported Employment Conference next month. This edition of the CASE Newsletter features controversial blog topics, recent local and international news highlights from CASE Members, and a thorough CASE 2015-2016 Board Activity Report. Connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know your thoughts!

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CASE Fall 2015 Newsletter

Finding that kind of work, the kind of person who can’t wait to get to it in the mornings, the kind you pack your lunch for because you don’t want to leave, is hard. But Dorothy MacLellan feels she lucked out with the Salvation Army Thrift Store. It’s a job she absolutely loves. MacLellan has worked there for almost four years and said it’s a comfortable place for her to be. “I love meeting new people and helping them find different items in the store”, she said. She credits the job for at least half of her social life, as well as why she knows so many people. The store allows MacLellan to work independently, and given her background, that’s something she thoroughly enjoys.

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CASE Spring 2015 Newsletter

What a difference a year can make! Last year when I prepared the article for the spring newsletter it was -25 here in Brandon, this year it is +20 and beautiful. Although I know those on the east coast probably don’t want to hear about it while they still have piles of snow in their yards. Spring will come to you as well, I promise!

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CASE Fall 2014 Newsletter

The 2014 CASE Conference in Regina is officially in the books, and it’s safe to say that an enjoyable informative time was had by all; from the Welcome reception featuring the screening of the movie The Music Within, to the closing keynote presentation by Cory Johnson. Conference delegates came from across Canada, United States and as far away as Australia to hear Minister of Social Services the Honourable Donna Haupauer welcome delegates to the 19th Annual CASE Conference. Opening keynote speaker Doctor Richard Pimentel captured the spirit of inclusion and allowed us to once again believe anything is possible. His stories and philosophies have helped structure the framework of supported employment and he continues to lead us into the future. He is truly inspirational and motivating.

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CASE Spring 2014 Newsletter

As I write this message it is only -25 here in Brandon, Manitoba. It’s practically spring! I know everyone across the country has had a hard winter and for many there are several weeks still left to go; but now is the time to start thinking about what are your organizational plans for the coming year? How can we share this information and make all services across Canada better, I know that the CASE board has been involved with planning and we had a very productive two day board meeting in January where the excitement for the national conference is starting to build, think warm thoughts of Regina in June!

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The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 1 Volume 1)

SENL promotes workplace inclusion for Canadians with developmental disabilities through supported employment, eliminating the barriers that prevent the full participation of individuals!

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The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 2 Volume 1)

September 19, 2013 marked the second phase of our provincial campaign to highlight the work of the Supported Employment Corporations across the province. This event hosted by SENL at the Gander Hotel was a great success attracting many individuals, businesses, families and government members to celebrate the release of our newsletter “The Insider” and our radio promotion campaign.

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The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 3 Volume 1)

With a need for self-defense training identified, SENL staff responded and on Dec. 6, a group met in St. John’s where they received training in a full morning session instructed by Master Scott Downey and his wife Cathy.

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CASE Spring 2013 Newsletter

Mark June 11-13th, 2013 on your calendars for the 18th Annual National Conference on Supported Employment in St. John’s,Newfoundland & Labrador. Join delegates as they engage in sessions concentrating on Best Practices in the industry, poverty and mental health issues and social return on investment to name a few.

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CASE Fall 2012 Newsletter

On behalf of the CASE Board of Directors, hello to everyone, and welcome back to work after a beautiful summer throughout the country. Now that we are back in the swing of things at our re-spective offices, I wanted to take a moment to touch base with everyone and bring you up to date on the activities of CASE.

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