Canadian Association for Supported Employment

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Creating Inclusive Workplaces for All

CASE is a national member association for the supported employment sector.

We work with employment service providers, employers, community allies and stakeholders toward employment inclusion of persons experiencing disability. We strive to facilitate full participation in the labour force by offering resources, expertise, and support to service providers.

Our organization embraces diversity and believes in opportunities for all. Through workforce participation, we promote full citizenship and social inclusion for Canadians who experience disability.

Member Spotlight

CASE provides a platform for members to showcase their organizations, programs and accomplishments, to network, and to discuss employment strategies.

REALM Services is a supportive service agency founded in Cranbrook, BC in May 2003 to foster self-empowerment, human rights, and advocacy for adults with diverse abilities.

The ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre is committed to empowering Indigenous and Northern youth and adults and persons living with disabilities.

For 40 years, Premier Personnel has provided a supported employment service that helps to connect Winnipeg businesses to job seekers with intellectual or developmental disabilities. 

CASE facilitates the sharing of knowledge and best practices within the supported employment sector to work towards full inclusion. Learn how we are making a difference in the Canadian employment landscape.  

A wide range of in-person and virtual events are offered every year by CASE and by our partners and members. Whether you’re looking for professional development, networking opportunities, or information or training sessions, we’re confident that you’ll find an opportunity that meets your needs.

We feature a range of topics of interest to service providers, employers, job seekers, and employees.

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Connect With CASE

Tell us about new, innovative supported employment initiatives your organization is spearheading. Please send us your ideas or advice on how CASE can better serve you.