Finding a job with a supportive employer?
Finding a job that ensures you can manage psoriatic disease and contribute at work can feel like a difficult task. We will provide a few resources to help you find a job with an employer that is supportive of people with disabilities and living with health conditions.
- Supported employment case workers and specialists help people with disabilities and health conditions find and keep employment. A supported employment service provider can guide you with job search, workplace training and career development. Often, a por- tion or all of these services are provided free of The services offered vary from one provider to another. Learn more by visiting the Canadian Association of Supported Employment (CASE) and find a supported employment service provider close to home.
- Mentor Ability is a program for people with disabilities that can help people learn more about careers by being matched with an employer. The time commitment varies, and you will learn more about the employer’s workplace and You can look for a job on your own by visiting the Canada Job Bank and other job posting websites like WORKink, LinkedIn, Indeed, and glassdoor.
- The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) provides employment services for people with disabilities seeking pre-employment support or training. Please read the specific program criteria to determine eligibility and contact them directly for any support and questions.
- For Indigenous people, the Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) Program provides funding to Indigenous service delivery organizations that design and deliver job training services to First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban/non-affiliated Indigenous people in their communities. You can find a list of service organizations on the Indigenous Services Canada website.
- For youth, a variety of resources are available through Youth Employment Services (YES) to help you search and apply for jobs, such as résumé and interview preparation and online training. Please note that some services are only available to people living in the Greater Toronto Learn more by visiting the YES website.