Employment and Transitions

Inclusion Saskatchewan's Employment and Transition Facilitators (ETFs) help individuals with intellectual disabilities find community employment, support for post-secondary education, and to make the transition from student to adult life. Funded by Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Economy, the ETFs travel to schools and communities throughout the province building positive working relationships with families, schools, employers, and other community-based organizations.

 

Student & Adult Employment

Inclusion Saskatchewan's Student & Adult Employment program is about assisting individuals to find real work for real pay. ETFs support individuals in their search for employment by:

 

    •  Working with employers and providing information on disability.  

    •  Offering practical tools to help the student create a successful bridge to employment.

    •  Acting as liaison for funding for job coaching or other disability related costs.

    •  Attending interviews and providing disability information to employers and businesses.

    •  Providing job maintenance support when necessary.

Inclusion Saskatchewan’s transition planning service is designed to help any individual transition successfully out of high school and into adult life. We start the transitioning planning process as early as age 15, primarily focusing on advising individuals on how best to navigate a transition, making referrals and connections to other community-based organizations, and providing tools and resources for transition planning.

Transition Planning
Post-Secondary Education

Inclusion Saskatchewan can provide information about funding and accommodations available for individuals who are planning to attend post-secondary education and other training opportunities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When do we start planning and how often do we meet?

A: We like to start meeting students and families at the age of 15. It can take years to come up with well prepared plans. We meet as often as needed. 

Q: Who is involved in a transition meeting?

A: The student we are helping plan for, the family, an advocate, a CLSD worker, an ETF, a family service worker, and/or an Autism Consultant. 

Q: Does Inclusion Saskatchewan provide funds for transportation?

A: While we recognize that transportation is often a barrier to employment, the ET program does not provide support dollars for transportation. 

Q: Who is responsible for organizing meetings and where are they held?

A: Typically the meetings are held at the school. The school/teacher/resource teacher is responsible for setting up the meeting.

Q: What employment supports are available?

A: We offer job coaching supports as well as business coach supports for entrepreneurs. If someone needs an accommodation to be able to do their job and be successful we can also provide funds to purchase technical devices.

For more information, please contact one of our ETFs.

Sheila Anderson 

Manager of Employment

and Transitions - Saskatoon

(306) 955-3344 ext. 122

SheilaA@inclusionsk.com

Marci Down

Employment and Transition Facilitator - Regina 

(306) 790-5685

MarciD@inclusionsk.com

Alyssa Lindsay

Employment and Transition Facilitator - Saskatoon

(306) 955-3344 ext. 115

AlyssaL@inclusionsk.com

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Chelsey Fredette

Employment and Transition Facilitator - Prince Albert

(306) 763-5606

ChelseyF@inclusionsk.com

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

Info@inclusionsk.com

MOOSE JAW

11 Wood Lily Dr

Moose Jaw, SK

S6J 1H1

(306) 955-3344

Info@inclusionsk.com

PRINCE ALBERT

7-888 Central Avenue

Prince Albert, SK

S6V 4V1

(306) 955-3344

Info@inclusionsk.com

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