Serving the City of Winnipeg and the surrounding area, Inclusion Winnipeg is a part of a national federation of over 400 community, 10 provincial and three territorial associations together forming Inclusion Canada. Inclusion Canada is a member of Inclusion International an association of over 110 countries. Achieving the vision of inclusive communities is a global movement and we are proud to be part of it.
If you are hitting systemic hurdles that prevent you from accessing needed services please do not hesitate to contact us.
Inclusion Winnipeg membership is an invitation to add your voice to a movement working towards equal citizenship for all people.
Inclusion is a movement and requires everyone to step up and do their part. Volunteer, donate, or become a member today.
We are hosting an information session about our Remote Job Coach app project for families and youth. The session will be on April 12 at 120 Maryland St from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Hosted by Project Coordinator Aron Jenkins.
We are currently recruiting a Director of Advocacy to provide oversight of Inclusion Winnipeg’s advocacy activities and to work directly with families of children and youth, and adults, in their pursuit of a fully inclusive life. The advocacy program also includes the delivery of training and professional development activities.
The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years' experience working with families of children and youth with disabilities and diverse learning needs; and adults with intellectual disabilities, and their families or support network.
Send resumes and cover letters to email@example.com.
Did You Know that CRA is hosting an in person event about the Disability Tax Credit! This workshop will be on Tuesday January 9th at our office 120 Maryland St. from 7-8:30pm with Sean Matyas!
For more information about the Disability Tax Credit check out the Government of Canada website.
Our child has increased confidence, has friends, and has a real purpose in life. Without the help of Inclusion Winnipeg, we would be lost.
Inclusion Winnipeg provides assistance so people can access service, connect with peers, and be a part of the community. This is needed work.
I love the people and the work of Inclusion Winnipeg helping people.
For years, Fall for Fashion has celebrated young adults with intellectual disabilities along side professional models wearing the latest fall trends. This year’s theme is, “My Life. My Future.” which is an unapologetic statement about empowerment and taking ownership over one’s life.
We are thrilled to launch Communication Tools: A Guide, a user-friendly guide of tools in Winnipeg that can help people communicate with First Responders in emergencies.
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