Submit your resume today. We have several positions now open in Direct Support and Community Support roles.
This video was produced with our colleagues at Tremploy Inc. of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and features their clients Wilbert and Brian. Wilbert and Brian are longtime Sobeys employees and have developed great relationships with the staff and customers of the Sobeys Extra in Stratford, PEI.
Our new video series aims to shine a light on the benefits local employers and individuals with disabilities reap from Supported Employment arrangements. Supported Employment Programs help persons with intellectual disabilities succeed in the competitive labour market, by providing the training and support that both employees and employers need to create a win-win relationship. The […]
Many thanks to Gordon MacDonald from Saint Andrew’s Lodge No. 13 who dropped by recently with a donation of a portion of the proceeds from their 73rd annual fundraising auction. Many thanks Gordon, and congratulations on the incredible longevity of your organization’s efforts!
We are happy to announce that on Friday, November 30, as part of the Maritime Conference on Developmental Disabilities and Autism, we will present a number of awards recognizing people with intellectual disabilities and those who support them.The Champion for Inclusion Award recognizes an individual who demonstrates strong community leadership for supporting and promoting inclusion for […]
Join us for two days of communication, networking and learning in working and supporting people with developmental disabilities and autism. Keynote speakers include Dr. Karen Harvey, Dr Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D and Kevin Penny.
In order to effectively plan for the future residential needs, Inclusions East will distribute a Housing Needs Survey will be sent out across Kings County to ensure those who will be in need; will have their voice heard. Look for your copy in September 2017. The first Housing Needs Survey was launched in 2009. Since […]
Being a vital part of community is not only a priority to Inclusions East but is an essential part of feeling like a contributing member of society. Long gone are the days when people were hidden behind closed doors and shielded from the community. We are immensely proud of those whom we serve and recognize their vast capabilities.
As we continue to serve current clients; we look to the future and the training required to prepare clients for a life full of opportunity. Unfortunately, as Kingswood Centre was built in 1976, it is an aging facility that no longer fulfills the true needs of those who attend. While many factors contribute for the need to replace, such as: