Special Needs Computers focuses on the use of technology to overcome the barriers to one’s quality of life and/or employment.
Inclusion Powell River is a Community Living organization that has served the qathet/Powell River region for nearly 70 years.
March of Dimes Canada is a leading national charity committed to championing equity, empowering ability, and creating real change that will help the more than six million people living with disabilities across the country.
Accessibility at its core is creating experiences that are open to more (and often overlooked) beings by way of considering their individual needs and uniqueness; it’s about re-conceptualizing and re-framing who gets access to experiences and opportunities.
CanAssist at the University of Victoria envisions a society where all people have the opportunity to participate, contribute and reach their full potential.
Technology for Living is a cross-disability, non-profit technology organization with a mission to support people to live with dignity, independence, and as equal and full participants in their communities.
Autism CanTech! (ACT!) is a national federally funded program that helps Autistic youth gain entry-level employability and technical skills for the digital economy in a variety of different technical roles.
We provide a full range of employment services under contracts with WorkSafe BC in the Fraser Valley Regional District and the South Okanagan Region.
Who We Are The CNIB is a non-profit organization founded in 1918 that is dedicated to changing what it means Read More
Jobs West is a free service that assists employers to find, hire, train, and retain qualified entry level staff.
AbleTech supports people with disabilities in achieving vocational, educational and quality of life goals through the procurement, consultation, implementation use of assistive technology solutions.
Distinctability provides solutions and services to accelerate and support inclusivity plans and working practices for organizations and individuals.
Our goal is to inspire and empower the business community to take advantage of the untapped talent pool and create accessible and inclusive workplaces and communities.
We serve people with disabilities and their future employers, filling gaps in services and expertise until government and industry can directly pursue the benefits of a diverse society and workforce.
Maple is owned-and-operated by Deaf entrepreneurs, and believes in enabling communication so fluid that Deaf and Hearing alike lose awareness of the interpreter between them.