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They believed in me and helped me to believe in myself

My name is Katherine and I have Aspergers. I came to Canada with my husband when he got accepted into the PhD program at MUN. Despite feeling trepidation at moving so far away from my family, I was eager to explore more of the world and learn

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I am so happy that they helped me find a job!

Rebecca came to CCRW for support in re-entering the workforce in a long-term, meaningful capacity. Prior to working with CCRW, Rebecca had recently completed a six-month placement as a cleaner/housekeeper through Progress Place, and reported to have enjoyed the experience. Rebecca was looking to continue working as a cleaner/housekeeper, however she was

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The Value of Neurodiversity at Vita Health Products Inc

The Value of Neurodiversity at Vita Health Products Inc August 2019 – Winnipeg, MB Alain came to CCRW for assistance securing a long-term meaningful employment opportunity. Alain had completed his Business Administration Diploma majoring in Accounting and disclosed he had an exceptional eye for detail and ability

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Kait’s Employment Success: Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture

Kait’s Success Story Kait came to CCRW looking for help and supports in reaching her employment goals. After being out of the workforce for over a year due to health challenges, Kait was looking to resume work with part time employment. Though she had found an opportunity

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Five New Year’s Resolutions For Ontario Employers

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Last Updated: January 4 2018 Article by Laurie Jessome Cassels Brock Ontario employers can be forgiven for a lack of enthusiasm in ringing in 2018. Several significant changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the “ESA”) come into effect as of January 1, 2018 and many employers

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Consultation Report of Canada’s Possible Accession to the United Nations Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Overview American Sign Language video of the Overview and Consultations sections Canada is a party to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Convention). The Convention entered into force for Canada on April 10, 2010. Its purpose is to ensure that all people

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Blind woman from Brampton navigates the choppy waters of job market

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Brampton’s Nat Miller’s job quest is part of a documentary “Employable Me” airing Friday, Aug. 18, at 9 p.m. Aug 09, 2017 09:51 by Radhika Panjwani Brampton Guardian When it comes to hiring differently-abled candidates, most employers, it seems, just can’t look past the individual’s disability, says

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CCRW Honours Employers, Clients of Distinction at Awards Ceremony

The Canadian Council for Rehabilitation and Work singled out clients and employers of distinction today through an annual awards ceremony. The Canadian Council of Rehabilitation and Work Business Awards luncheon were held at Holiday Inn St. John’s. The event recognizes outstanding people and organizations that go above

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