Success Stories

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Johanna is Excited to Learn More Skills With Her New Job

September 28, 2023

In 2020, Johanna was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and can experience both manic and depressive states. She was also diagnosed with ADHD and red-green colour blindness, and says that routine, repetition, and structure are needed for her to succeed in a work environment.

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WorkBC Assistive Technology Services Boosts Tanya’s Confidence in the Job Search

September 20, 2023

“This program has given me the ability to look for employment in a company and not feel like I will be a burden,” Tanya says. “[It] has helped my ability to use the keyboard less, sit in a comfortable chair and use the laptop to complete my training. As well, use my headphones to speak into [it] without using my hands on the keyboard or phone.”

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Tamara’s Newfound Networking Skills Land Her a Great Job

September 14, 2023

Tamara learned about Neil Squire from her fiancé, a former participant, and decided to join our Creative Employment Options program with the hopes of finding an accommodating workplace where she could feel confident and safe.

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