David emerging from his modified van outside his workplace

July 11, 2018 David Can Commute Reliably with Technology@Work

David, who has spinal muscular atrophy, found himself working from home quite often. With Technology@Work funding, his van is now wheelchair accessible and he can commute to work every day.

A woman on a laptop

June 27, 2018 Diann Has Her “Life Back”

After a major brain trauma, Diann was looking to reintegrate into society. She started attending Computer Comfort classes at the Neil Squire Society, where one class a week started bringing her life back.

British Columbia Career Development Association logo

June 25, 2018 Certified Career Development Practitioner Certification

All of our employment staff in British Columbia will be attending a special three day course on June 26th, 27th, and 28th with the BC Career Development Association so they can secure their Certified Career Development Practitioner certification.

Greg at the Oak Bay Botanicals booth at the Oak Bay Night Market

June 20, 2018 Greg is Motivated to Move Forward with Working Together

Greg, who has spinal cord injuries and degenerative disc issues, was looking for a position that would stimulate him. With the help of a Working Together wage subsidy, he began a marketing position at Oak Bay Botanicals.

Josh at a speaking engagement

June 6, 2018 Josh Uses His Coaching Skills for Social Impact

Josh, who is a T11 complete paraplegic, was looking for a traditional work environment after retiring from professional skiing. Through Working Together, he secured a position where he can use his coaching skills.

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