Who We Are
The Canadian Association for Supported Employment
The Canadian Association for Supported Employment is a national association of community-based service providers and stakeholders working towards employment inclusion of people experiencing disability.
Our association strives to promote full citizenship and personal capacity through the facilitation of increased labour market participation. Through workforce participation, CASE also promotes social inclusion for Canadians who have a disability.
What We Do
- CASE represents a national network of employment service providers, employers, community allies and stakeholders.
- CASE works to increase the employment inclusion of Canadians experiencing disability through the provision of leadership, resources and ongoing opportunities for learning, dialogue and engagement.
- CASE builds the capacity of service providers to achieve success in their work towards employment inclusion.
- CASE promotes the benefits of employment inclusion in the business community.
To help supported employment service providers increase employment inclusion for Canadians living with a disability.
All Canadians living with a disability have equal opportunity to secure and sustain meaningful employment.
Following processes and practices that foster understanding and inclusion.
Forming effective partnerships to share knowledge, resources and opportunities.
Inspiring employers and people experiencing disability to mutually benefit from workplace inclusion.
Developing, implementing and sharing creative ideas that anticipate and respond to our changing environment.
Interacting in ways that are professional, transparent and ethical.
Recognizing the value and contributions of others regardless of differences
CASE is a registered non-profit organization which achieves its goals through:
An annual networking and professional development event
A national supported employment website
Online tools and resources for professionals in the field
Development and publication of best practices
A monthly CASE newsletter and blog
Promotion of member services to the Canadian business community
Highlighting and promoting innovations in supported employment practices
Community of Professionals
A national network of committed and knowledgeable professionals