Patrick was born with a minor brain injury. He grew up being called cruel names from the other kids, but he tried to ignore their taunting.
Adrienne and her daughter Sara both have a learning disability. They were introduced to the Neil Squire Society through the Footprints Centre in Penticton, British Columbia.
“These people really do have passion. You don’t just take a program and then say ‘see ya,’ Neil Squire Society keeps helping you. They don’t walk away.”
Ryan became a volunteer for the Distance Computer Comfort Program to expand on his work experience in hopes of finding employment. With a background in IT, Ryan knew that volunteering at the Neil Squire Society would be the perfect fit for him.
It was life changing because I felt so secluded. Computers have opened up my world!