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Neil Squire Society

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Location: 
Neil Squire Society
400 – 3999 Henning Drive
Burnaby V5C 6P9
Canada
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Mission

We use technology, knowledge and passion to empower Canadians with disabilities.

Principles behind the Mission

  • We are committed to social inclusion, economic equity, and a productive society that includes people with disabilities and gives them equal opportunity to contribute and participate.
  • We serve people with disabilities and their future employers, filling gaps in services and expertise until government and industry can directly pursue the benefits of a diverse society and workforce.
  • More than a service organization, we facilitate innovative technology solutions to improve productivity for people with disabilities.
  • We are client and participant driven.
  • We work for social and economic independence for people with disabilities.
  • People who are most marginalized by having a disability benefit from our work and remain our first priority.
  • We value diversity.
  • Our innovative fund-raising strategies never involve exploitation of people with disabilities.
  • We respect every team member.
  • We value everyone’s contribution.
  • We achieve our goals through excellent planning and teamwork, ensuring that every individual effort is captured for the benefit of our clients and participants.
  • We value freedom and autonomy while upholding service, quality, and accountability.
  • We are aspiring to offer multi-level and multi-lingual programs.
  • We ensure effective and appropriate use of technology.

Vision:

Economic and social inclusiveness for all people with disabilities.

Phone: 
604-473-9363
Alternate / Toll-free phone number: 
8776734636

A project of:

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Project launch made possible by:

  BC Neurotrauma Fund via

Rick Hansen Foundation, BC Neurotrauma Fund

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