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July 20, 2016 Lily Gets Comfortable on the Computer Again

As computers become more and more integral to our world, the skills required to use them have, for many of us, become second nature and something we take for granted. For Lily, this was not the case, yet she was able to find help through the Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort program.

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July 13, 2016 The Right Service

Until he came to the Working Together program, Erick had been out of work in his field for over three years and believed that the gap between jobs on his resume and the perception of his disability were keeping him from finding sustainable employment.

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June 29, 2016 Adam Active Again

“I’ve had back pain issues for quite a long time. Even though I enjoy working and being active, there are times when I’m just not physically able, and that’s frustrating,” says Adam, who completed the Working Together Program at the Neil Squire Society in 2014. Adam’s goal was to gain a full time position that his back would allow him to work at without incurring much discomfort.

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June 28, 2016 The Gateway into the Workforce

Harvinder has Multiple Sclerosis which affects her balance. However, she wants to work and share her abilities in the workplace. To enter the job market, she felt that she needed to develop her computer skills.

Pictured Left to Right: Greg Scott, Job Developer at the Neil Squire Society; Silviya Angelova, Working Together Participant; Laurentia Rosu, Working Together Participant; Rosie Shen, Business Administrator at the BC Christian Academy.

June 9, 2016 A New Light for Laurentia and Silviya at the BC Christian Academy

Recently, the BC Christian Academy started a new program and needed to hire some additional staff. Laurentia and Silviya were looking for a job that responded to their skills and experience. The Neil Squire Society’s Working Together program found the perfect fit for both.

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