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Thank you to our 2021 participants

Online Workshops for
Employment Service Agencies

A 3-part online workshop series from CAN & Project Relay.

How has COVID-19 impacted the employment landscape? How can we best support job seekers on the autism spectrum and with intellectual disabilities in the new normal?

Designed for employment service agencies, the three-part online workshop series took place on February 19, March 5 and March 12, 2021.

https://www.erp-pre.ca/project-relayHow COVID-19 Changed the Workplace was led by a hub team of experts, including self-advocates, employment service providers and a psychiatrist.

This workshop series was delivered by Canucks Autism Network in collaboration with Project Relay, a pillar of the national Employment Recovery Project (ERP).

Workshop Topics:
Impact of COVID-19 on Employees: Fri, Feb 19
Impact of COVID-19 on Employment Agencies: Fri, Mar 5
Challenges of COVID-19 on Small Communities: Fri, Mar 12 


With thanks to Inclusion Canada, all workshops will be captioned by Otter AI.

If you require any accommodations to participate, please contact [email protected].

Certificate of Completion

All participants received a Certificate of Completion, jointly issued by all program delivery partners.
*Canucks Autism Network, Employment Recovery Project, Inclusion Canada & Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance.

Questions? Contact us!

Corey Walker
Project Relay Coordinator
Employment Recovery Project
[email protected]

Funded by the Government of Canada’s Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities.

Project Relay is one of four pillars of the Employment Recovery Project, an initiative aimed at improving workplace inclusion for persons with an intellectual disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through addressing critical hiring and support needs that have emerged in response to COVID-19.

The Employment Recovery Project is delivered by Inclusion Canada (formerly the Canadian Association for Community Living) and the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) and works in collaboration with Ready, Willing and Able (RWA).