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Government Proclaims Disability Service Professionals Week

Released on May 13, 2024

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed May 13 to 17, 2024, as Disability Service Professionals Week. This week recognizes and celebrates disability service professionals and the vital supports they provide to people with disabilities.  

"I want to thank disability service professionals across Saskatchewan for the role they play in ensuring people with disabilities are supported to reach their potential and participate fully in their communities," Social Services Minister Gene Makowsky said. "Together, we are building a stronger and more inclusive Saskatchewan where everyone benefits from the many contributions people with disabilities make to our province." 

Disability Service Professionals Week is proclaimed in partnership with SARC, which is a provincial association of approximately 100 community-based organizations that work with people of all abilities to reach their full potential and enjoy full citizenship. For more than five decades, SARC has supported nonprofit organizations in the areas of training, consulting, services and leadership. 

"Disability Service Professionals Week is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the large workforce of skilled professionals who work 24/7 to ensure services reflect the personal aspirations and complexity of needs of the people we support," SARC Executive Director Amy McNeil said. "Thousands of dedicated employees working throughout the province provide high quality, safe, and person-centred services to people experiencing disability, and this recognition demonstrates to these professionals they are appreciated and respected in their careers by the people of Saskatchewan."

For more information about the support and services that SARC member organizations provide and to see their latest job opportunities, please visit:


For more information, contact:

Media Relations
Social Services
Phone: 306-787-3610

Adam Hoffart
Phone: 306-933-0616 Ext. 236

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