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We’d love to hear how we can better meet your needs and work with you to increase employment inclusion for Canadians who experience disability. Help us out by participating in this short feedback survey

The survey (available in English and French) will take less than 10 minutes, and your responses will be kept anonymous.

We will use the results to ensure our team is providing the services that you need, and that CASE continues to grow and improve in our work.

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The National Supported Employment Conference is a unique forum to network and access professional development, as well as to share creative ideas and best practices with delegates from across Canada.

All registrants can access ALL CONTENT for a full week after the conference, this includes access to ALL 25 workshops and keynotes instead of having to choose amongst concurrent breakouts. Click here to learn more! 

The National Supported Employment Conference is a unique forum to network and access professional development, as well as to share creative ideas and best practices with delegates from across Canada.

All registrants can access ALL CONTENT for a full week after the conference, this includes access to ALL 25 workshops and keynotes instead of having to choose amongst concurrent breakouts. Click here to learn more! 

Are your online meetings accessible? Know what to do to ensure that you are providing an inclusive platform! Barrier Free Canada and author Judith Hellerstein have published a checklist that speaks to the importance of creating an inclusive environment in a virtual world. 

Click here to read more!

Over the summer of 2020 there were 13,000 Canadians with long-term conditions or disabilities that participated in an online questionnaire from Statistics Canada, "Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Living with Long-term Conditions and Disabilities." Statistics Canada have released the results, and sadly the findings have highlighted the following, " Over one-third of participants with long-term conditions or disabilities report experiencing a temporary or permanent job loss or reduced hours during the pandemic." 

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MentorAbility is a national initiative that supports career exploration in the field of one's choice. To read more on MentorAbility experience success stories, click here!

MentorAbility is a national initiative that supports career exploration in the field of one's choice. To read more on MentorAbility experience success stories, click here!

Join Stephen Wright, Renate Burwash and Chantelle Painter on September 10, 2020, 12 p.,m. - 1 p.m. EST.

Learn how: 

  • The MentorAbility process supports employers/Human Resources in assessing their inclusive practices.

  • Employers can build their capacity in designing inclusive work teams.

  • Employers can commit to workplace equity, diversion & inclusion.

Stephen Wright brings a wealth of experience around inclusive employment, in particular, assisting employers to create spaces for people who have difficulty finding and retaining employment. His practice focuses on self-discovery and career development while his passion is contributing to the creation of diverse and inclusive communities.

Chantelle Painter is the Manager of Recruitment and Engagement, The Brick - Corporate Office. Chantelle has a demonstrated history of working in the retail industry. Skilled in Relationship Building, Coaching, Retail, Customer Satisfaction, Driving and Measuring Engagement and Policy Development. Chantelle is a strong business, and relationship development professional with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) focused on English Language and Literature/Letters from Concordia University College of Alberta.

Renate Burwash is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Gateway Association. With over 20 years of workplace and community inclusion experience, Renate's passion is to promote inclusion and to show businesses the endless benefits of creating a workplace where everyone feels they belong. Renate's practice is informed by years of collaborating with community disability advocates, employers, and government in leadership roles, to look for and develop innovative approaches to inclusion continually. Renate has presented on Disability Inclusion topics at conferences across Canada and in the United States and offers training and workshops through Gateway disability inclusion consulting.

Join Stephen Wright, Renate Burwash and Chantelle Painter on September 10, 2020, 12 p.,m. - 1 p.m. EST.

Hear how:

  • The MentorAbility process supports employers/Human Resources in assessing their inclusive practices.

  • Employers can build their capacity in designing inclusive work teams.

  • Employers can commit to workplace equity, diversion & inclusion.

Stephen Wright brings a wealth of experience around inclusive employment, in particular, assisting employers to create spaces for people who have difficulty finding and retaining employment. His practice focuses on self-discovery and career development while his passion is contributing to the creation of diverse and inclusive communities.

Chantelle Painter is the Manager of Recruitment and Engagement, The Brick - Corporate Office. Chantelle has a demonstrated history of working in the retail industry. Skilled in Relationship Building, Coaching, Retail, Customer Satisfaction, Driving and Measuring Engagement and Policy Development. Chantelle is a strong business, and relationship development professional with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) focused on English Language and Literature/Letters from Concordia University College of Alberta.

Renate Burwash is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Gateway Association. With over 20 years of workplace and community inclusion experience, Renate's passion is to promote inclusion and to show businesses the endless benefits of creating a workplace where everyone feels they belong. Renate's practice is informed by years of collaborating with community disability advocates, employers, and government in leadership roles, to look for and develop innovative approaches to inclusion continually. Renate has presented on Disability Inclusion topics at conferences across Canada and in the United States and offers training and workshops through Gateway disability inclusion consulting.

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John is a researcher, facilitator, and author who lives in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.  John was the founder and leader of the Facilitation Leadership Group.  In 2018, he won the Order of Canada for his work around inclusion after many decades of advocacy, writing and research.  Author of Pathways to Inclusion and Facilitating an Everyday Life, John has travelled throughout Canada speaking from a professional and personal lens around the importance of relationships and belonging.

John is a researcher, facilitator, and author who lives in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.  John was the founder and leader of the Facilitation Leadership Group.  In 2018, he won the Order of Canada for his work around inclusion after many decades of advocacy, writing and research.  Author of Pathways to Inclusion and Facilitating an Everyday Life, John has travelled throughout Canada speaking from a professional and personal lens around the importance of relationships and belonging.
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Our provincial hubs have lots happening over the summer.

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Register today to attend CASE's first virtual conference – A forum to discuss the challenges and opportunities related to supported employment in our changing world. 

September 29th – October 1st 2020. Don't miss out! 

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Comment allons-nous?

Nous aimerions savoir comment nous pouvons mieux répondre à vos besoins et travailler avec vous pour accroître l’intégration en emploi des Canadiens en situation de handicap. Aidez-nous en participant à ce court sondage de rétroaction.

Cela vous prendra moins de 10 minutes (sondage est disponible en anglais et en français), et vos réponses resteront anonymes.

Nous utiliserons les résultats pour nous assurer que l’équipe offre des services qui répondent à vos besoins et que l’ACSE continue de croître et de s'améliorer dans son travail.

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Document d’information : Groupe consultatif sur la COVID-19 en matière de personnes en situation de handicap

Durant la crise qui touche l’économie et la santé publique, selon le principe « Rien sans nous » et la Loi canadienne sur l’accessibilité, et en reconnaissance des obligations nationales et internationales canadiennes en matière de droits de la personne, le gouvernement du Canada s’engage à s’assurer de considérer, de respecter et de tenir compte des intérêts et des besoins des personnes en situation de handicap lorsqu’il prend des décisions et qu’il lutte contre la pandémie.

Coprésidé par la ministre Qualtrough, le Groupe consultatif est composé d’experts provenant de la communauté des personnes en situation de handicap.

De : Emploi et Développement social Canada

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Les répercussions de la COVID-19 sur les personnes ayant une incapacité

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Faits saillants du Sommet mondial de l'OIT : COVID-19 et le monde du travail

Du 1er au 9 juillet, l'OIT a accueilli le plus grand rassemblement en ligne de travailleurs, d'employeurs et de représentants gouvernementaux jamais organisé pour aborder l'impact du COVID-19 sur le monde du travail et la façon de bâtir un meilleur avenir du travail après la pandémie.

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Informations sur le Coronavirus en Facile à lire et à comprendre

Cliquez ici pour en apprendre plus sur le projet MentorHabiletés Canada

MentorHabiletés est une initiative nationale qui soutient l'exploration de carrière dans le domaine qu’une personne choisit. Pour en savoir plus sur les réussites des activités MentorHabiletés, cliquez ici

En anglais

MENTORAT : Une voie vers une main-d’œuvre inclusive

Notre processus de mentorat soutient les employeurs/RH dans l’évaluation de leurs pratiques inclusives

Les employeurs peuvent créer l’équité, la diversité et l’inclusion dans leur milieu de travail

Joignez-vous à  Stephen Wright, Renate Burwash et Chantelle Painter le 10 septembre 2020 de 12 h à 13 h (HAE).

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Le pouvoir des relations

Explorer la valeur des relations en milieu de travail · Comprendre l’idée de l’appartenance · Apprendre des stratégies pour favoriser les relations de travail

ohn est chercheur, animateur et auteur ; il vit à Kitchener-Waterloo, en Ontario. John est le fondateur et le leader du Facilitation Leadership Group. En 2018, il a reçu l'Ordre du Canada pour son travail sur l'inclusion suivant plusieurs décennies de plaidoyer, de rédaction et de recherche. Auteur de Pathways to Inclusion and Facilitating an Everyday Life, John a voyagé dans tout le Canada pour parler de l'importance des relations et de l'appartenance autant d'un point de vue professionnel que personnel.
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Inscrivez-vous dès aujourd’hui pour participer au premier congrès virtuel de l’ACSE - Un forum qui permettra de discuter des défis et des possibilités liés au soutien à l’emploi dans notre monde en mutation.

Du 29 septembre au 1er octobre 2020. À ne pas manquer!

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