This is a picture of Visions Employment Plus Inc. client Mark Peddle receiving from his employer his five year Employee Pin and celebratory cake on October 23, 2014. Mark works as a Produce Clerk at Sobeys on Old Placentia Road in Mount Pearl.
Visions Biennial General Meeting November 2014
Visions 20 Year Anniversary Open House
visions Employment Client/Job Coach/Employer Christmas Appreciation Breakfast, Hotel Mount Pearl, December 10, 2014
Compass CampMcCarthy (Musical Therapy) Article
SENL July Newsletter
Special Olympics Closing Ceremony
The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 1 Volume 1)
The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 2 Volume 1)
The Insider - A SENL Publication (Issue 3 Volume 1)
On Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday April 24th- 26th , 2013, the Ability Employment Corporation will be hosting the Annual Supported Employment Newfoundland & Labrador Conference at the Terra Nova Park Lodge in Port Blandford.
This is an opportunity for all Employment Corporations throughout the province to come together with their clients, employers, government agencies & other external partners to share in new ideas and celebrate the many successes of the past year for our clients.
Registration is $175 per person but you are also welcome to attend the Gala evening only on Thursday, April 25th for $35.
Check out our website at http://abilityemployment.com/ for more information.
Additional information has been posted in Upcoming Events, regarding the CASE Conference in St. John's, Newfoundland Labrador June 2013.
Preliminary information has been posted in Upcoming Events, regarding the CASE Conference in St. John's, Newfoundland Labrador June 2013.
"A big milestone for Supported Employment Newfoundland and Labrador last night, as it unveiled eight new posters as part of their provincial promotional campaign. The group is dedicated to providing people with disabilities employment throughout the province. Minister Responsible for the Volunteer and Non-Profit Sector, Nick McGrath, joined members of the group, the workers and their families at Bowring Park for the launch yesterday. Since its launch in 1997, the organization has grown significantly, with approximately 250 workers and 21 support employment agencies throughout the province. Shelley Andrews from the Avalon chapter says Newfoundland and Labrador has made great strides in helping persons with disabilities get into the work force.
The promotional posters show the faces of eight workers from Supported Employment. On top of last night's unveiling, a billboard featuring all eight workers is displayed on Kenmount Road, and will be for the next four weeks to celebrate inclusion in the workplace."
Please note our press release on September 14, 2012.