January 9, 2019

Nominate a Teacher or School in your Community! 

Inclusion Saskatchewan wants to recognize teachers and schools who have gone above and beyond to initiate, implement, promote, and support inclusion and we need your help! Nominate a teacher or school that has done incre...

October 12, 2018

Inclusion Saskatchewan has partnered with the Canadian Association for Community Living and People First of Canada on an innovative housing initiative, My Home My Community, that will pursue lasting, positive systemic change to the housing sector for people who experi...

October 11, 2018

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed October as Inclusion Month!

Inclusion Month is an opportunity to celebrate the positive difference inclusion has made in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities who are included in the communities where they live...

September 4, 2018

June Avivi, one the SACL's founding members and strongest supporters, passed away on September 1, 2018. June was an active force in the association's work from its humble beginnings in 1956 right up until 2017. She was instrumental in countless SACL efforts, although...

July 17, 2018

Dale Ebert

(May 8, 1940 – July 6, 2018)

Dale Ebert, Saskatchewan Association for Community Living President from 1999-2002, passed away on July 6, 2018 after a battle with cancer. Dale was a huge supporter of both the SACL’s and the Canadian Association for Community Li...

We have discussed the importance of keeping a paper trail and ensuring all of your documentation remains organized. Making a binder can be a great way to do this. If you need a little inspiration, access a three-ring binder, a hole punch, and some dividers and then wa...

At times, a telephone call or meeting may not be effective or may not produce results. Writing a letter is a good way to record a problem and the efforts to have the problem resolved documented.

Letters create pressure, build accountability, and encourage others to be...

The adage is true, it’s not what we say, but how we say it. This applies well when speaking with your child’s teacher. To improve communication with your child’s teacher, try using these sentence starters:

“I’m concerned about my child’s ….” - Saying I’m concerned redu...

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Upcoming Events

Jan 31, 2019

Road Map to the Future: Financial Planning For Families of People with Disabilities

The Diocese of Saskatoon Catholic Foundation and Inclusion Saskatchewan (formerly the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living) are together delivering a presentation regarding our estate and financial planning for families of people with disabilities. Register Here

Feb 02, 2019

Family Information Day - Hudson Bay

Join us for a Family Information Day! We will provide families with information on the services and supports available in the Hudson Bay area. Register Here

Feb 09, 2019

Sibling Workshop & Retreat - Redberry Bible Camp (Ages 9-19)

​Join us for another weekend of guest speakers, presentations, group activities, and networking. Email Nicole Graham at [email protected] to register. 

Feb 15, 2019

Join us to learn skills related to self-advocacy, such as leadership, empowerment and understanding human rights. Register here. 

Mar 10, 2019

Parents Workshop & Retreat - Manitou Springs Resort

​Join us for another weekend of guest speakers, presentations, group activities, and networking. Email Nicole Graham at [email protected] to register.

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