Inclusion Saskatchewan creates system-wide change by working with employers, educators, and the Saskatchewan government.
Inclusion SK assists individuals with intellectual disabilities to find community employment, support for post-secondary education, and to make the transition from student to adult life. We also make critical connections between employers and agencies.
Inclusion SK works with the Ministry of Social Services Community Living Service Delivery, property developers, housing providers, and residential service providers to develop more inclusive residential options for people with disabilities.
Inclusion SK developed the Northern Partnerships for Inclusion to address a need to develop culturally appropriate, Northern-based support services. In the three years, we have made substantial progress, leading to greater access to services like transition planning, day programming, and group homes.