The MentorAbility Booklet is a must read! Check out the stories of the many wonderful businesses in Fort St John who participated in this project and what a great opportunity it was for individuals we support - some of the matches have resulted in employment.
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.....