What We Do.

Inclusion SK supports individuals with intellectuals disabilities all over Saskatchewan. Currently, we support over 2000 individuals and families. Inclusion SK's vision is for a society in which everyone is valued, supported, included. Watch this short video to meet some of Inclusion SK's staff and self-advocates as they define what inclusion means to them in a single word or phrase. 


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Our Work is as Diverse as the People We Support. 

Inclusion SK (formerly the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living) provides support in a variety of ways to individuals, parents, siblings, other family members, friends and community based organizations. We work collaboratively with the government and community based organizations to ensure that citizens of Saskatchewan who have intellectual disabilities are valued, supported and included members of society and have opportunities and choices in all aspects of life.

The areas we provide support include: 



SACL Director of Community Engagement Megan Wells
Who We Are.

For over 60 years, we've been helping persons with intellectual disabilities connect with their communities and live fuller, more inclusive lives. Our incredible staff come from all over the province and offer a wide variety of diverse backgrounds and expertise. Together, we are ready to take on the challenges of inclusion and ensure that all individuals are valued, supported and included in all aspects of life

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SACL Director of Community Development Connie Andersen

*Note: All staff at Inclusion SK have had criminal records checks including the vulnerable sector check. Inclusion SK provides all of our support based on best practices in Inclusion and on Inclusion SK's Statements of Belief and Positions on Social Issues