The Key to Job Impact: Skill Development Employment professionals live and breathe a growth mindset. Given that they support job seekers in career advancement, employment professionals understand the need for […]
Building Future Capacity by Investing in DEI Now Sometimes we can get caught up in the thought that there’s never enough time to do it right but always enough time […]
Member Spotlight: Premier Personnel Setting a New Standard: 40 Years of Impact with Premier Personnel This month, we had the privilege of connecting with an organization that has been making […]
Support for Employers to Strengthen Disability Inclusion Halifax, NS, Dec 1 – For the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3, the Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) […]
Collaboration with Service Providers Can Improve Operational Results While working towards inclusive hiring practices and work environments, the tasks and processes organizations must navigate can be complex and time consuming. […]
NOVEMBER MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Life Directions CASE is excited to announce November’s CASE Member Spotlight: Life Directions. Life Directions is an employment subsidiary of South-East Grey Support Services (SEGSS) created in […]
Innovation Lab Partners using Technology to Tackle Barriers Progress has been made to reduce the challenges experienced by job seekers who experience disability and by the employers who want to […]
From a presentation to the CASE board of directors about a mentorship idea, to a continued conversation over coffee the next morning, sprung the innovative idea to connect employers and job-seekers and create beneficial mentorship opportunities.
Pilot projects emerged in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, with growing popularity, and MentorAbility success stories started to spread! In 2019, CASE received federal funding and MentorAbility began a powerful national initiative.
During these difficult times as we all adapt to the Covid 19 crisis, and in the spirit of Nothing Without Us and the Accessible Canada Act, the government of Canada has taken steps to ensure that the needs of Canadians with disabilities are included in planning the country’s response to Covid 19.