Scenes from an AGM held Weds. June 26. SSILC people power! Celebrating the year’s accomplishments!
SSILC celebrated Independent Living Across Canada Day (June 3) with the 2019 UN Theme: “The Future is Accessible”. A great turnout with good fellowship and the unveiling of “Peer Park – Your Place for Inclusion”
Persons with Disabilities – register now for The Business of Living – 9 classes to guide you through money management, utilities, health care, and secure food and housing.
Contact Holly Donohoe at 306 757-7452 ext. 226 or email@example.com for registration into the program. Program funded by the City of Regina.
Check out the SSILC booth at the #JobsCanadaFair Weds. July 31, 1 to 3 pm at Regina’s Ramada Plaza. Networking opportunities for all!
More info here
Apply by July 8, 2019
Approximately 500 facilitation hours between July 2019 and April 2020
Join us Monday, June 3 – 12 noon to 3:30 pm. Complimentary hot BBQ, desserts, refreshments. 2220 Albert Street, Regina
Thank you to our sponsors and partners: Independent Living Canada, City of Regina, Government of Saskatchewan, Western Economic Diversification Canada, Valmore Consulting
SSILC offers a program called Targeted Initiative for Older Workers. We need an Employment Facilitator who will bring personal and professional values consistent with the Independent Living (IL) philosophy, along with knowledge, skills and abilities of working with individuals 55+.
DRAGONS’ DEN gives aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their businesses to a panel of wealthy Canadian business moguls – the Dragons. Successful pitchers will have a chance to earn real investment – from the Dragons’ own pockets!
This is a fantastic opportunity for entrepreneurs and small business owners to come down and pitch their business concept for the chance to appear on national television.
Audition in Regina on March 20.
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.
Do you have a story to add? Connect with http://www.barrierfreesaskatchewan.org/ to jump in.
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.