Friendly faces were abundant at the St. Paul Abilities Network’s Annual General Meeting. Over 100 members, staff and volunteers showed up to support the organization and hear the good news that SPAN will be launching a new modern website.
Welcome to SPAN
Persons with disabilities are people first. That’s been the vision of the St. Paul Abilities Network since 1964.
We believe in removing barriers that limit persons with disabilities so they can perform their daily lives with maximum autonomy. Ensuring equality, community, family and employment involvement are essential elements of our core beliefs and values.
We provide a life-long commitment and supports for our clients to ensure they become successful in their future endeavours.
St. Paul Abilities Network and all its staff have been working hard for the past month to prepare for the survey that will take place June 4th through the 7th. Stay tuned we will keep every one up to date on what is happening.Read More... Posted on May 29, 2013 by tim | Comments Off | Posted in Latest News
Oberle in St. Paul
Frank Oberle Associate Minister of Services for Persons with Disabilities will be in town on May 30th to speak to self advocates, families and other interested in the PDD program. Please come join the conversation at the St. Paul Legion at 2:00pm.Read More... Posted on May 29, 2013 by tim | Comments Off | Posted in Latest News
Rally at Legislature
Staff of the St. Paul Abilities Network joined hundreds of individuals and family members at a rally at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on May 15th. to protest provincial funding cuts that will affect people with disabilities and their families province wide.Read More... Posted on May 29, 2013 by tim | Comments Off | Posted in Latest News