Working Together

Employ-Ability Participant, Sheldon

Sheldon Begins Carving Out a Better Life

November 30, 2015

Sheldon, who lives in Regina, Saskatchewan, has a serious back injury. He credits the Employ-Ability Program (now known as the Working Together Program) for “helping me identify solutions to my disability challenges by allowing me to explore my career, my education and my life experiences, revealing to me that I can still learn new skills.”

Stephen and Regional Manager, Cheryl Colmer

Steven Follows his Passion

November 23, 2015

Steven was referred to the Neil Squire Society by his Ontario Works Case Worker. With a knee injury and hearing loss, Steven was having difficulty finding employment.

Employ-Ability participant, Samantha, and Program Facilitator, Pat Price

Sam Develops Confidence

November 16, 2015

When Sam joined the Employ-Ability Program (now known as the Working Together Program) she had no road map for where she wanted to go. Sam, who has Asperger Syndrome and experiences anxiety and depression, had very clear ideas, but wasn’t sure how to get there.

Employ-Ability participant, Lisa

Lisa Inspires Program Staff and Participants

November 9, 2015

Lisa joined the Employ-Ability Program with the goal of identifying her skills and interests in order to make a sound decision about her career, which included transitioning from her part-time job. While she recognized the comfort of being familiar with her current employer, the workplace procedures and having an income, she was not happy with […]

Virtual Employ-Ability participant, David

On the Road to Becoming an Electrician

October 26, 2015

David is a recent graduate from the Virtual Employ-Ability Program (now known as the Working Together Program). “I was surfing the internet, looking for ways to improve my life through education.

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