SaskAbilities’ Quality of Life Day Programs are referral based, with programming offered across the province. We use MyCompass person-centred software to develop collaborative plans, guided by the individual. Person-Centred Plans created through MyCompass chart a course toward the goals identified by the individual and provide the map for activities that take place at the Quality of Life Day Program.

To learn more about our commitment to person-centred thinking using the MyCompass software, please visit MyCompass

SaskAbilities Quality of Life Day programming can be provided in a number of ways. Clients are encouraged to choose the option that best suits their goals. Programming options include, but are not limited to:

  • Centre-Based – individuals spend their time at a SaskAbilities’ Day Program location taking part in the vocational, volunteer and/or recreational programming of their choosing
  • Community-Based – individuals spend their time both at a SaskAbilities’ Day Program location as well as in the community, taking part in vocational, volunteer and recreational opportunities of their choosing
  • Virtual-Based – SaskAbilities offers virtual programming for individuals who choose to take part in programming remotely. Virtual activities take place in both group and one-on-one formats, where individuals have the opportunity to take part in social and recreational activities
  • Self-Directed Funding – SaskAbilities provides supports for individuals who have self-directed funding contracts with the Ministry of Social Services
  • Individualized – For individuals who prefer one-on-one supports vs group programming, we offer customized day program that focuses on specific needs, abilities, and goals of each individual. The program considers the person’s preferences, strengths, and areas for growth. Hours of support are determined based on the Day Program Standards Assessment (DPSA).


All of SaskAbilities’ Quality of Life Day Programs are based on person-led decision making and choices. While each individual chooses their own activities and community-connections, some common activities include:

  • Attending community events, such as hockey games, powwows, and theatre performances
  • Providing volunteer services to the community
  • Working at a place of business with the support of SaskAbilities’ staff members
  • Working on personal development goals, including but not limited to: kitchen skills, gardening, communication skills and social skills
  • Taking part in recreational activities, including but not limited to: sports activities (bowling, swimming, yoga, for example), educational tours, picnics, and cultural activities

Regina Branch

825 McDonald Street
Regina, SK  S4N 2X5
306.569.9048 306.352.3717
Mon-Fri8:30am - 4:30pm

Saskatoon Branch

1410 Kilburn Avenue
Saskatoon, SK  S7M 0J8
306.653.1694 306.652.8886
Mon-Fri8:30am - 4:30pm

Swift Current Branch

1551 North Railway Street West
Swift Current, SK  S9H 5G3
1.833.526.5299 306.778.9188
Mon-Fri8:30am - 4:30pm

Yorkton Branch

162 Ball Road, Box 5011
Yorkton, SK  S3N 3Z4
1.833.444.4126 306.782.7844
Mon-Fri8:00am - 4:00pm