Jody, an Employ-Ability participant since January of 2008, has cerebral palsy (new window) which severely affects his mobility and his ability to speak. He communicates by pointing with a head stick at letters or words on a board mounted on his wheelchair, or using his head stick to type on a keyboard to send emails. […]
John came to the Employ-Ability program with minimal computer skills and steadily decreasing eye sight.
Amit came to see the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program because he had been out of work for some time and found that his blindness was a real barrier to finding and maintaining employment.
Maureen was referred to the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program by her case worker at Ontario Works.
Lorna Jean is a highly successful graduate of the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program offered at the Footprints Centre in Penticton, British Columbia.