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Working Together participant, Paula

Paula Finds “Meaningful Employment”

May 27, 2020

“My anxiety and depression wanted me to believe that I would have no chance of getting a job that would be best suited to my abilities, much less jobs that I would not be qualified for.”

Krista at her new workplace with a colleague

Krista “Gaining Independence” at Kids First Association

March 11, 2020

“Krista is a hardworking person who takes great pride in her work,” says Debby Turner, CAPC Coordinator at Kids First Association (opens in a new window). “She is kind and funny, which makes work enjoyable for all of us.” “I feel proud to work at Kids First,” says Krista. “It is a great resource centre […]

two people shaking hands

Assistive Technology Services Helps Hao Find a Career

February 5, 2020

“Assistive Technology Services helped me to get a full time job,” Hao beams. Before landing this job, however, he was pounding the pavement looking for work, and he faced a significant barrier due to hearing loss.

Working Together participant Jesse

Jesse Leads the Way

January 8, 2020

Service providers and community employers in Nova Scotia came together to help Jesse land his first paid job.

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