2021 Event Info
September 27, 28 and 29, 2021
Reboot: Supported Employment 2.0
We’re going virtual for 2021!
- World-class keynote address
- Interactive online meetings
- Pre-recorded talks with a LIVE Q&A session at the end
- Public and private chat rooms to continue discussions and networking
- Virtual exhibitor booths
- Extended availability: all sessions will be available for a full week after the conference
Twenty-four-year-old Michael McCreary is an autistic comedian, author and TEDX speaker who’s been performing stand-up comedy since age 13. In the past 6 years, he has performed stand-up shows and keynote addresses in every province in Canada.
Michael McCreary gives you permission to laugh at the lighter side of Autism Spectrum Disorder with his act: “Does This Make My Asperger’s Look Big?”
Come celebrate with us!
Attendance to the Gala and Awards Lunch is included with your registration.
This year we are thrilled to offer a Self-Care Stream amongst our agenda.
We know how hard this year has been and how important self-care is for the soul. This stream gives you the perfect opportunity to take a breath and enjoy some hands-on activities.
We are offering 5 self-care breakout sessions:
Places are limited. Registration ahead of the conference is required.
Instructions with material will be send ahead of time to all registered.
Accessibility at the CASE conference
Please contact us to discuss any accommodations that will support your full participation in this year's CASE conference.
What is Supported Employment?
Who Should Attend?
- Supported employment service providers and organizations;
- Employment counsellors and case managers, from the public, private and non-profit sectors;
- Employers wishing to learn more about supported employment;
- Managers and representatives of public, private, and non-profit organizations
- Business associations and sector council representatives;
- Human resource professionals, guidance counsellors, career development professionals, and students in the field;
- Labour union representatives; and
- Managers and representatives from government or public service providers.
We work with employment service providers, employers, community allies, and stakeholders working toward employment inclusion of people experiencing disability. We strive to facilitate full participation in the labour force by offering resources, expertise, and support to service providers.
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