Read our latest edition of "What's Up" the FSJACL Spring Newsletter to find out what's been happening and what's coming up
Drew McDonough walks quickly past the 50-pound bags of brown sugar and the huge tubs of cholcolate frosting. He takes a second to clock in at a computer, dresses in his bakery clothers (hairnet, work shirt, apron), and then speed-walks toward the stainless steel table where, five days a week, he packages cups of sticky toffee pudding. Read More....
By Kathleen O'Brien, Nationswell, Nov 12, 2014
Finding a job is difficult for the average person. Add a disability into the
mix, and the odds seem impossible, especially since there’s the stereotype that
hiring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) will
be a detriment to business. Read More.....
The FSJACL was awarded another 3 Year Accreditation
The Fort St John Association is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a CARF Three Year Accreditation, for the following programs:
- Community Employment Services for Employment Supports and Job Development;
- Community Housing
- Community Integration
- Host Family/Shared Living Services
- Respite Services
- Supported Living
This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded to an organization and shows the organization's substantial conformance to the CARF standards.