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We feature a range of topics in our posts for service providers, employers, job seekers, and employees.

Together, they offer an insider’s view on the importance of inclusion and tips for creating an inclusive workplace. 

You’ll also find personal stories that offer lived experience around the barriers to employment and what we can do to ensure inclusion.

Meet Neurodiverse Workers Where They’re At

Meet Neurodiverse Workers Where They’re At By Chantelle Painter, Consultant and Business and Relationship Development Professional In an interview with Jessica Chevrier, a mother of two children who experience neurodiversity,

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CASE Member Spotlight – Futureworx

CASE Member Spotlight Futureworx Pour la version française de cet article, veuillez cliquer ici (à venir).  |  For the French version of this post, please click here (coming soon). Futureworx, based in Nova

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Hub Highlight – MentorAbility Alberta

MentorAbility Canada Hub Highlight Series Every month, MentorAbility Canada proudly presents one of our implementing partners. They are the MentorAbility coordinators—the backstage workers who quietly go about their tasks to

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MentorAbility Experience Story: Erin

The practical experience and guidance Erin received from experienced professionals during their multiple mentorships have instilled in them the belief that they have found their true calling. We always love

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