The Incredible Parent Directory 2023: VOCATIONAL PLANNING

June 13, 2023

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Abilities Hub YXE (Formerly Northern Saskatchewan Independent Living)

  • Ph: (306) 665-5508
  • 237 – 5th Avenue N, Saskatoon SK, S7K 2P2

Offers programs that support individuals with disabilities in learning and developing skills. NSILC provides an array of programs such as employment, literacy, and support services. All are geared towards providing individuals with disabilities with the independence they need to fully integrate and participate in their communities.

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work Ph: 1-800-664-0925 326 – 201 – 21st St E, Saskatoon SK, S7K 0B8 Promotes and supports equal and equitable employment of job seekers with disabilities.

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work

  • Ph: 1-800-664-0925
  • 326 – 201 – 21st St E, Saskatoon SK, S7K 0B8

Promotes and supports equal and equitable employment of job seekers with disabilities.

Cosmopolitan Industries Ltd.

  • Ph: (306) 664-3158
  • 26 – 34th St E Saskatoon SK, S7K 3Y2

Offers meaningful day activities and training programs for adults with intellectual and/or multiple disabilities.

Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network for Employment and Training (GLADNET)


Brings together research and promotes information exchange about integrating people with disabilities in the workplace.

Inclusive Education Canada


Provides support and information to those working in an educational setting with special needs children.

Neil Squire Foundation

  • Ph: (306) 781-6023
  • Toll Free 1(844) 860-6023

Helps clients remove barriers to independent living and become active members of the workplace and society. Specializing in education and workplace empowerment through the use of computer-based assistive technologies, research and development, and various employment programs.

Regina Work Preparation Centre

  • Ph: (306) 757-9096
  • Fax (306) 359-9044
  • 2020 Halifax St, Regina SK, S4P 1T7

A non-profit, charitable, community-based organization which provides employment preparation, counselling, and job placement to individuals who have difficulty finding and keeping employment. Individuals who are on Social Assistance, Employment Insurance (or have been in the past three years), Provincial Training Allowance, or have a funding sponsor qualify for their services.

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living (SACL)

  • Ph: (306) 955-3344
  • 3031 Louise St, Saskatoon SK, S7J 3L1

Provides support and advocacy to any individual in Saskatchewan with an intellectual disability.

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres (SARC)

  • Ph: (306) 933-0616
  • 111 Cardinal Crescent, Saskatoon SK, S7L 6H5

SARC is a non-profit association representing community-based organizations that provide residential, developmental, and employment supports/services to thousands of individuals with disabilities. SARC provides a variety of supports to its members so that they can provide a quality service to persons with disabilities.

Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities Inc.

  • Ph: (306) 695-3111
  • Toll Free: 1-877-569-3111

Accommodation guide for employers.

South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (SSILC)

  • Ph: (306) 757-7452
  • 2020 Albert St, Regina SK, S4P 2V2

SSILC is a consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability agency that promotes the full citizenship of people with disabilities in our community.

Student Financial Assistance Canada and Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan Program

  • Ph: 1-800-597-8278

Offers a range of financial supports for learners.

University of Regina

  • Centre for Student Accessibility
  • Ph: (306) 585-4111

Services for students with disabilities, health conditions, illnesses, and injuries.

University of Saskatchewan

  • Access and Equity Services
  • Ph: (306) 966-4343

Access and Equity Services (AES) is responsible for providing, along with faculty, reasonable accommodations for students who experience barriers to their education on the basis of a prohibited ground(s), including disability, religion, family status and gender identity.

Workforce Development for People with Disabilities Program


The Workforce Development for People 16+ with Disabilities (WFD-PD) program provides funding that helps each person prepare for, find, and keep a job. Funds are limited.