INCLUSION SASKATCHEWAN  BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Gloria Mahussier*

President

Bluesette Campbell*

Vice President

Janice Rutherford*

Treasurer

Wilda Wallace*

Past President

Clare Friesen

Biggar Association for Community Living

Lawana Saretzky

Community Living Association Saskatoon Inc.

Ted* & Loretta Schugmann

Humboldt Association for Community Living

Sherri Husch Foote

Inclusion Lloydminster

Paul Kangles

Inclusion Regina

Jackie Wilson

Inclusion Weyburn

Kara Bernardin

Lumsden Association for Community Living

Gini Calvert*

Marshall & Northwest Region

Association for Community Living

Nytosha Kober

Moose Jaw Association for Community Living

Cindy Busse

Outlook Association for Community Living

Mike Mahussier

Prince Albert Association for Community Living

Don Abrahamson

Yorkton Association for Community Living

Trina Brooks

Director at Large

Dianne Christianson

Director at Large

Dr. Ronan Conlon

Director at Large

Jamie Ellis

Director at Large

Kellan Gulka-Tiechko*

Director at Large

Kim Sandager

Director at Large

Calvin Williams

Self-Advocate Director at Large

Shane Haddad+

People First Representative

Kalyka Kober+

Youth Ambassador

*Indicates member of the SACL Executive Committee

+Indicates non-voting guest

BOARD PRIORITIES - 2018/2019

Through the Annual Strategic Planning of the Inclusion SK Board and Membership, Inclusion SK has identified priority issues where significant attention must be given. These priority areas will be acted upon by Inclusion SK:

Inclusive Education

Inclusion SK has identified that access to inclusive education in Saskatchewan is not at the quality that we expect it to be. Inclusion SK is dedicating resources into investigating the challenges that exist in schools around the province and the best methods to foster inclusive education throughout Saskatchewan.  

Northern Partnerships for Inclusion

There is a lack of access to necessary services and supports in northern Saskatchewan for people with intellectual disabilities. Inclusion SK is focusing attention on building the case for the provision of services for people with intellectual disabilities in northern Saskatchewan by focusing on projects in four communities: Onion Lake, the La Ronge tri-community area, Pinehouse, and Creighton/Denare Beach.

Transitions to Inclusive Community Living

As adults leave the family home to live independently, they seek opportunities to live in Inclusive settings with services that support community living, with independence and self-determination. Unfortunately, many supports and services limit individual’s access to inclusive community living.  Inclusion SK is working with our partners at the Canadian Association for Community Living and the Ministry of Social Services toward creating more housing options and a more person-centred service delivery model in Saskatchewan.

Inclusion SK's Strategic Plan is our plan for the future. Written by both Inclusion SK staff and board members, this booklet will give you a look at where we are now and where we want to be tomorrow. Read it here

OFFICES:

SASKATOON

3031 Louise Street

Saskatoon, SK

S7J 3L1

(306) 955-3344

Info@inclusionsk.com

REGINA

20-425 Winnipeg Street

Regina, SK

S4R 8P2

(306) 955-3344

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MOOSE JAW

11 Wood Lily Dr

Moose Jaw, SK

S6J 1H1

(306) 955-3344

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PRINCE ALBERT

7-888 Central Avenue

Prince Albert, SK

S6V 4V1

(306) 955-3344

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