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.
We recently had the pleasure of working with Clarence, a Computer Comfort youth volunteer.
Kevin came to the Neil Squire Society after a long hiatus from the workforce. Kevin has brittle diabetes and the unpredictable nature of his health has made it difficult to sustain long term employment.
Joey came to the Neil Squire Society through a high school work placement. It was a short and sweet visit, but Joey would like to come back and do more volunteering in the Computer Comfort Program or with the Computer Refurbishing Program.
Amy, who is enrolled in the Classroom and Community Support Program at Douglas College, came to the Neil Squire Society to do her required five week practicum. Amy was eager to share her experience.