Society has placed a label on individuals with a disability. This label has restricted specific individuals in many ways, but the issue that is being largely recognized today is that organizations shy away from hiring people with disabilities.
Professionals from the Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education Owerri Imo State, Nigeria, Africa, came to visit the Neil Squire Society.
Neil Squire Society, Spinal Cord Injury BC, The Disability Foundation, BC Wheelchair Sports, and the BC Wheelchair Basketball Society participated in the unveiling of the new ‘Doug Mowat ramp’ at British Columbia’s Parliament buildings in Victoria.
The Neil Squire Society’s Prairie Regional Office is pleased to announce the Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan (ISC) is sponsoring the 4th Annual Job Fair for people with disabilities. This is the fourth year that the Neil Squire Society has been able to host the event.
For their fifth consecutive year, Coast Capital Savings has continued to support youth in the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability Program by providing funding of $10,000.