Working together towards employment inclusion
CASE is the national voice for the supported employment service provider community. Our members are committed to diverse workplaces and passionate about improving employment inclusion for Canadians with disabilities. Join us and be part of a united voice to create positive change in the workplace.
A CASE membership contributes to ongoing national initiatives to promote and increase inclusion at work. It also grants you and your organization access to resources to build your skills, knowledge, capabilities and capacities. We offer a variety of membership types, depending on your role and requirements.
CASE membership offers you valuable opportunities to connect, grow, and work with others. Membership benefits include a range of resources and expertise for promoting or developing workplace diversity and inclusion:
- Connection between Canadian business and supported employment service providers
- Promotion of your organization through the CASE Member Directory and Map, Member Spotlight, and reciprocal web links
- Advance notice and reduced rates for the National Supported Employment Conference, CASE training opportunities, and webinars
- Access to member-contributed documents including sample job descriptions, policies and procedures, intake forms, and many more. These documents are available as templates for members to customize and use as they require.
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We have a number of initiatives and resources to support you on your journey
CASE is a proactive community-based group with extensive resources, events, and training programs for employers, job seekers, and service providers.
Whether you are looking to develop inclusive workplace policies, engage in workplace training, or network with others working to support inclusive employment, we have a number of initiatives and resources to support you on your journey.
Supported Employment Essentials
Grounded in established best practices, this foundational course will refine and deepen your understanding of supported employment.
Supported Employment Best Practices
Through public engagement, global research, and collaboration with members, CASE has established nine guiding principles.
Supported Employment Resource Hub
The Resource Hub provides access to a rich source of information on supported employment and inclusive workforces.
HR Inclusive Policy Toolkit
This module-based resource will walk you through a framework of critical policies to support your efforts to create a diverse, inclusive workplace.
MentorAbility offers a unique mentoring experience by matching job seekers with disabilities with individual employers or business leaders.
Disability Employment Awareness Month
An annual awareness campaign to promote employment inclusion and to celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities.
An annual forum to network, develop skills, and share creative ideas and best practices with delegates from across Canada
Each year, CASE recognizes three individuals, businesses, or agencies for outstanding contributions to supported employment in Canada