Computer Comfort

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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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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.

Keisha, Neil Squire Society youth intern at the Penticton Indian Band’s Footprints to Technology Centre.

June 1, 2016 Footprints to Employment

Sometimes the best way to learn is to teach — that’s the lesson Keisha learned as a Neil Squire Society youth intern at the Penticton Indian Band’s Footprints to Technology Centre.

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August 18, 2015 How a dude holds down a 9-to-5 job despite his disability

My Time at Neil Squire “On a warm spring day I got an email. Chris Wright a wonderful (now blissfully retired) case manager from the Neil Squire Society had forwarded onto me a job posting. This job was a summer gig teaching people computer literacy in a program called Computer Comfort. I ignored this email […]

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