With the help of a $5,000 donation from the FCC Regina Spirit Fund, the Neil Squire Society’s Regina office will create an assistive technology employment service that provides assessments, evaluations, equipment trials and training to introduce assistive technology to those with disabilities.
Vancity Credit Union donated $10,000 at a cheque presentation on February 5th, in support of the Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort program, marking the sixth consecutive year of support from them.
Our Annual Report 2008-2009 is now available.
Roger and Banan Pattison, owners of the Grill Master Restaurant in Ontario, provided complimentary turkey dinners for our clients and staff this past December.
Adults with disabilities who have low literacy will benefit from a federally funded project aimed at expanding access to literacy and essential skills training.