“We are all in this together,” must include Canadians with disabilities. Read the message from Independent Living Canada.
SSILC is closed for COVID-19 pandemic to the public effective Wednesday, March 18 and until further notice. Notice of changes will be given on the main page of our website:
Please call the ‘COVID-19 Employment Support Phone Lines’ Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm for support:
Employment Services: Lori @ 306-533-7103
Employment Resource Program: Holly@ 306-533-7202
If you require information on the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program, please email Brenda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Given the current uncertainty caused by COVID-19 and in efforts to safeguard SSILC Consumers, Staff and Stakeholders, our office will be CLOSED to the public effective Wednesday, March 18 and until further notice.
If you already have an appointment, please call your Facilitator to confirm arrangements.
All public workshops, training, events and other activities that were scheduled between now and Friday, April 3, 2020 have been cancelled or postponed.
In the weeks ahead we will be making decisions on whether to not to extend this time frame. Notice of changes will be given on the main page of our website: ssilc.ca. We thank you for your cooperation.
December 5/19 SSILC hosted another successful Barrier Free Saskatchewan Town Hall with about 30 in attendance. Thank you organizers for this gathering of like minds with the will to make changes. Nothing For Us Without Us!
2019’s U.N. theme was The Future is Accessible. The December 2 celebration featured a Speakers’ Panel, Tradeshow booths, Activities, Door Prizes and a complimentary lunch.
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.