2018 Annual Workability Conference
Samhall and Workability International invite you to the Lead the Way conference in Stockholm, 28-30 of May 2018.
We invite you to three days of workshops, keynote speakers and presentations by inspiring thought leaders and top decision makers. Together we learn from each other’s best practices and lead the way towards equity in employment for people with disabilities everywhere.
During the conference, we also celebrate 30 years of international cooperation and take the first steps into Workability International’s fourth decade of championing the rights to work for people with disabilities.
Register HERE: http://leadtheway.samhall.se/
Did you know?
Founded in 1999, EnAble India, a non-profit organization, works for the “economic independence and dignity of persons with a disability.”
EnAble India is the founder of “Enable Academy”-India’s online collaborative community initiative for mainstreaming livelihoods of persons with a disability and so much more!
For more information – visit www.enableindia.org
It started 50 years ago when the Nunawading Apex Club realized a gap in services. With the mayor’s support, NADRASCA was established in 1967, in Melbourne, Australia. Nadrasca’s purpose is simply to “Establish & Develop a Range of Services for People with a Disability.”
Being trustworthy, caring, respectful and supportive are the values in which this organisation provides a range of services and employment for over 400 people. Services are offered across 22 locations in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
These services include:
Nadrasca Industry, a Supported Employment service
Nadrasca Community, which is made up of five service areas
Nadrasca Training, which provides Certificate Level training (in Transition Education and Work Education) in partnership with the Box Hill Institute.
Congratulations for your 50th anniversary and for winning the Deakin Community Award, in July of this year.
To read more, visit the Nasdrasca website at: http://nadrasca.com.au/ and be sure to sign up for their newsletter
Founded in 1949, IHC has become New Zealand’s leading provider of services for people with intellectual disabilities. IHC is committed to supporting people with intellectual disabilities to lead satisfying lives in the community. IHC raises money and awareness of the issues though charitable activities, advocacy programmes, social media and other methods. Staffed by over 5500, IHC is the largest non-government social housing provider prioritising people with disabilities.
DID YOU KNOW?
IHC provides a free book service, as a way of supporting families. Click here to get your free book. They also have a growing IHC library of resources available for finding relevant and reliable information. Subscribe to their Monthly Hot Issues Newsletter here.
To Donate, Find an Office, Volunteer or become a Member, visit https://ihc.org.nz/