Client Celebration Open House

Nov 17, 2023 | 0 comments

On Friday, December 8th from 1-3pm reachAbility will cap off a week of celebrating the achievements of persons with disabilities by throwing a Client Celebration Open House at our offices at 201-3845 Joseph Howe Drive. This week is the perfect time to recognize our clients’ personal victories as it begins with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, and is also Nova Scotia Human Rights Week. Most of our clients are people with disabilities who have faced barriers to inclusion in our community, especially in the workplace. Thanks to their dedication and the help of our community partners, we’ve seen many of our clients secure employment, education, or volunteer opportunities this past year that allow them to participate more equitably in our community. Inclusion and equitable participation are rights we champion every week of the year, but this week we’re pleased to invite you to join us in our celebrations.

We invite all past, present, and future reachAbility clients, as well as our community partners, to join us for some light refreshments and good conversation, and to learn all about what reachAbility and our clients have achieved this past year. We’ll also be unveiling some of our exciting plans for the coming year, including our province-wide Hometown Highlight events for National AccessAbility Week 2024! 

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