Happy Holidays from the People of posAbilities!

Season’s Greetings! As we approach the end of 2018, we reflect on the many years of offering service in a sector such as ours that is constantly and rapidly evolving. We have made progress over the years in designing and innovating new services and supports that are both visionary yet realistic – all, while delivering quality supports and raising our profile and prominence in the communities we serve.

The Summer Interns of posAbilities

As Summer comes to an end, so does our summer internship. Our time at posAbilities has been more rewarding and fulfilling than we ever could have imagined. Together we laughed, cried of laughter and laughed some more. We got ourselves into tons of shenanigans like wearing matching outfits on Mondays, wearing press on tattoos on Tuesdays and eating way too much cake on cake days. Most of all we had the opportunity to grow both professionally and personally. At posAbilities...

We’re Feeling Social on Social Media – posAbilities Welcomes Instagram!

Contributed by Gabriela Torres  Hello all! We have some fabulous news…posAbilities has started to actively use Instagram! We’ve already posted tons of great photos and videos onto this social media platform. Each photo and video functions to tell a story and shows you the latest happenings within our organization. For example, we have some great (and funny) photos of our new interns, fantastic shots of our theatre crew at Stage Door and awesome posts from various events we’ve participated in...

Social media channels enhanced communication and relationships

Online survey currently seeking feedback Lisa Bailey Through social media channels, posAbilities aims to enhance communications as well as the relationships that lie at the heart of the organization. [click the title to read the full story ...]

PosAbilities launches news program

Articles to highlight the power of relationships By Natalie Hamilton Gord envisions a host of new ‘posAbilities’ for sharing successes and solidifying relationships by harnessing the use of storytelling. The program director for posAbilities is looking forward to showcasing achievements by uncovering the strength in relationships, which is at the heart of each success, Gord says. [click the title to read the full story ...]