Joe was having problems with a tendon in his foot. He could no longer manage his janitorial job and decided he needed to find a different line of work.
Linda enrolled in the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program in Regina, Saskatchewan in the spring of 2009. “Since the beginning of this program, I have changed,” she says.
Jamie had worked as a laborer all his life when he had a shoulder injury that left him with very limited movement in his right arm.
Janelle has attention deficit disorder and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Donna joined the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program from Independent Living Vernon.