The Saskatchewan Abilities Council works with people of varying abilities to enhance their independence and participation in the community through vocational, rehabilitation, and recreational services.
We are working together to enrich futures through abilities.
Summer Fun Program (July-August- The rewards of laughter, play, and learning are immeasurable for every child: friendship, confidence, maturity, and personal development. This concept is the guiding force behind the Summer Fun program at the Saskatchewan Abilities Council. Activities and field trips in the community provide children with disabilities with meaningful learning and recreational opportunities.
- Open to individuals with disabilities between the ages of 6 and 22
- Operates throughout July and August
- Registration fee may be applicable
SLYP-Out Program (Ages 12-22, September-May)
SLYP-Out is a recreational program for youth with a physical disability. It is a flexible program that is developed around the interests and needs of registered participants to provide them with leisure and physical activities within the community. Going to the movies, attending community events, and playing mini golf are a few of the activities past participants have enjoyed.
SLYP-Out offers seasonal sessions with activities taking place in the evenings. Participants are responsible for costs such as admission fees and snacks.
Quality of Life Centre
The Quality of Life Centres offer a day program for adults with disabilities that provides opportunities for community connection, personal development, and recreational activities. Quality of Life Centres currently operate at the Regina, Yorkton and Swift Current branches. The program curriculum is created to offer meaningful opportunities within the community and to develop skills that enhance the quality of life for each client.
Partners in Employment
Partners in Employment provides free employment services for people with disabilities. Partners in Employment offers an extensive range of professional employment services to both individuals and employers.
Our services are specifically designed to assist individuals with hidden or visible disabilities find and maintain employment. Key services include:
- Employment Preparation
- Job Placement
- Job Maintenance
- Supported Employment
- Work Experience
Access Transit provides transportation to individuals with specific mobility challenges who require travel assistance within city limits. The Saskatchewan Abilities Council operates Access Transit services in Swift Current. Enjoy the convenience of accessible transportation.
We encourage you to call (306)773-2076 to discuss the type of service you are looking for.
Information: The Saskatchewan Abilities Council works with people of varying abilities to enhance their independence and participation in the community through vocational, rehabilitation, and recreational services. We are working together to enrich futures through abilities. Program Information: Summer Fun Program (July-August- The rewards of laughter, play,