Zinaat once considered herself to be computer illiterate. Lack of hand mobility due to arthritis, as well as bursitis of the shoulder, made using a computer a fairly daunting task for her.
On June 24th, Tara Brice, a participant in the Neil Squire Society’s literacy program in Fredericton, was the recipient of the Sheree Fitch Adult Learner Literacy Award.
Billy, a paper mill employee for over 30 years, suffered a serious head injury when he fell backwards off a ladder.
Stacey, who has epilepsy, was referred to the Neil Squire Society and was quickly accepted into the Employ-Ability Program in Saskatchewan.
Alexander Graham Bell said that “when one door closes, another opens.” This rang true for Brenda, a participant who recently came through the doors of the Neil Squire Society.