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.
“Like a duck to water,” says Jeannie of her experience in the Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort Program.
When Susan, who has Spina Bifida as well as diabetes, came through the doors of our Burnaby office, she had been out of the work force for some time and didn’t know how to get back in.