Sheldon, who lives in Regina, Saskatchewan, has a serious back injury. He credits the Employ-Ability Program (now known as the Working Together Program) for “helping me identify solutions to my disability challenges by allowing me to explore my career, my education and my life experiences, revealing to me that I can still learn new skills.”
Tracy, a mother of two, lives in the northern community of Pinehouse Lake, Saskatchewan. She heard about the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability Program (now the Working Together Program) through a friend who was a past participant. “Now I am proud to say I am a graduate of the Employ-Ability Program,” she says.