Lively discussion today around the 14 principles moving toward a Saskatchewan Accessibility Act to make our province as accessible as it possibly can be for people with disabilities and their caregivers.
South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (SSILC) is pleased to be offering Targeted Initiative for Older Workers (TIOW).
To be eligible for this program individuals must be unemployed, reside in (or near) Moose Jaw and be between the ages of 55-64.
This program is funded through Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Immigration and Career Training. It is a paid program consisting of 8 weeks in classroom training followed by a 4 week work placement.
Classroom training will focus on developing various skills to be successful in the workplace in an interactive learning environment.
This program has limited spots – if you are interested, wanting more details or would like to reserve your seat please call the Program Manager at 306-692-7452 ext. 1 or stop in the SSILC office in Moose Jaw.
Throughout December, UFCW UA Local 179 presented SSILC with gift cards to give to SSILC Consumers for a Christmas treat. Our Consumers expressed their gratitude with photos of their smiling faces and wrote thank you notes to pass along to UA Local members.
Please read the following appeal for awareness and funds to give a holiday gift to participants of the Supported Independent Living Program at SSILC. Thank you for your time and consideration. For more info or to e-transfer funds, contact firstname.lastname@example.org