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.
CAYA is available to provide guidance to businesses, organizations, and programs to make their services accessible to people with speech and language disabilities.
Low Entropy is a charity that is making personal development accessible to all. In doing so, we are providing people with tools to change themselves and their surroundings.
KC Society is an advocate of diversity and inclusion and will open their doors to anyone who is in need of food, counseling, employment services, or community relationships.
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.
In today’s world economy, each individual’s unique voice, perspective, and background play huge roles in how they move through the digital and built landscape; as such, we believe that an organization’s brand platform ought to be accessible in every way.
Autism BC supports autistic individuals by providing parents and communities with knowledge and by engaging with people on the autism spectrum to create stronger, more diverse communities.
Inclusion BC offer two national initiatives focused on increasing employment opportunities for people with an intellectual disability.
Currently CBI runs the L.E.A.P. (Learning Employment Action Plan) program to support youth, aged 15-30 years, with multiple barriers to employment.
Milieu Employment Services connects with businesses to create inclusive workplaces. We partner with businesses to build their capacity to hire and work with people with disabilities.
Global Access and Inclusion Foundation (GAIF) is a non-profit dedicated to promoting inclusion, diversity and equity in local communities and across Canada.
UNITI is the partnership of three affiliated societies that have provided important community services for decades, including WISE Employment Solutions.
We provide a full range of employment services under contracts with WorkSafe BC in the Fraser Valley Regional District and the South Okanagan Region.
Employment Connections North Corp. delivers the WorkBC Employment Services contract for Fort St. John, Fort Nelson and surrounding communities.
At BC Centre for Ability, we believe strongly in diversity and inclusion and see the ability in everyone.
We are involved in the inclusive employment movement because this aligns with PCRS’s values of Diversity and Inclusion, Stewardship, Empowerment and Advocacy.
I am Jane Sleeth Founder of Optimal Performance Consultants. We provide expertise in the science of Ergonomics/Human Factors Design as it relates to accessible & inclusive design.
PICS Society provides a spectrum of programs and services which includes Employment, Settlement, Language, Social, and Housing Services.
Who We Are Our Values: Community Centered: We are committed to emboldening people with sight loss to lead independent, active Read More