For many of us, technology provides convenience and opportunities for leisure. However, for individuals with disabilities, technology is far more than that – it’s essential for everyday life. For Michelle Regehr, adaptive technology has been life changing.
At six months old, Michelle was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and faced challenges in muscle control and fine motor skill development, which ultimately affected her ability to walk and talk. Thanks to an adaptive communication device she acquired through the help of a team of supports including SaskAbilities, those challenges don’t hold her back. In fact, adaptive technology has allowed her communicate, remain independent and live a full, rewarding life!
You can be part of a compassionate not-for-profit organization that makes a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities every day.
Members contribute to SaskAbilities in two important ways: - Membership provides stable financial support to our comprehensive range programs and services. - Your opinion and your vote at our Annual General Meeting will keep us accountable to our vision, mission and values.
For a minimum $10 annual membership donation, you will receive three Bulletin newsletters illustrating how your financial support is helping us create independence, inspiration and success for individuals with disabilities.
Thank you for your support!
Did you know you can help us minimize administration and postage costs by joining our monthly giving program?
The Companion Club Monthly Giving Program is a simple way to help your donation go even further. Just select monthly as your giving option.
Please consider joining Companion Club… because in the walk of life, everyone needs a companion.