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MentorAbility Canada

National Webinar Resources

Thank you for participating in our webinar series hosted by MentorAbility Canada.  We hope that the webinar provided helpful information about thought-provoking topics and ideas.

We are pleased to provide you with some additional resources made available through MentorAbility Canada in partnership with our presenters.  Feel free to download any of the following free resources available in English, Plain Language, and French.

 

A special thanks to People First of Canada for translating our information to plain language.  Plain language helps to increase accessibility and participation for greater involvement by all.

To the creation of a more inclusive Canadian Workforce!  

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Presentation Slides

Inclusive Employment Information Sheet

Version:  English

Version:  English | Plain Language

Version:  French

Resources to Enhance Relationships, Belonging, and Community

Websites

 

John Lord’s website – www.johnlord.net

 

New Story Group of Waterloo Region to access the document – Enhancing Belonging: A Guidebook for Individuals, Organizations, and Communities www.newstorygroup.ca

 

Tamarack – Institute for Community Engagement www.tamarackcommunity.ca

 

 

Books

 

John McKnight and Peter Block – The Abundant Community

 

Susan Pinker – The Village Effect

 

Michael Ungar – Change Your World: The Science of Resilience

 

Vivek Murthy – Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World


 

CASE Social Media & DEAM Events

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/CanadianAssocSupportedEmployment 
 

Twitter:  twitter.com/@casecanada 
 

Instagram:  www.instagram.com/canada_case/ 
 

LinkedIn:  www.linkedin.com/company/canadian-association-for-supported-employment

Follow 2020 DEAM:  #MAInclusionChallenge

Webinar Recording

This video has English and French closed captioning available. To select the language, click on the Settings icon and choose your language preference. 

Note for French translations:  Le masculin a été utilisé afin d’alléger le texte et comprend le féminin lorsque le contexte l'indique, et n’a aucune intention discriminatoire.

Canadian Association for Supported Employment

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.

Email: contact@supportedemployment.ca

Phone: 1-800-684-5628

Address: 7051 Bayer's Road, Suite 501

Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3L 2C1

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