CASE World Conference 2023

June 6, 2023 to June 8, 2023 Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre | 1000 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R9

You will be joining CASE and international delegates for the 2nd World Supported Employment Conference, held in person at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, in British Columbia!

Through sessions and workshops led by leaders and innovators in the field of supported employment, we will explore shared best practices, innovative solutions to common challenges, the latest trends and research findings, and opportunities for networking and community building. Tickets Early Bird Tickets ($975 CAD + tax) are available until January 31, 2023 Regular Tickets ($1075 CAD + tax) will be available from February 1 until March 31, 2023 Venue & Hotel Bookings Click here to find out more about the venue and how to book your hotel room. ** Please note: the schedule has been set to Pacific Daylight Time as the Conference is taking place in Vancouver. However, when you view schedule online, the timing will automatically be adjusted to the local time zone that you are in. We are unable to prevent this from happening, so please keep this in mind as you prepare for the event. Once you arrive in Vancouver the schedule will display the correct times. Organizing Partners   The Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) is a national association for the supported employment sector. They work with employment service providers, employers, community allies, and other stakeholders working toward employment inclusion of people experiencing disability. CASE strives to facilitate full participation in the labour force by offering resources, expertise, training, and support to service providers. Through workforce participation, they promote full citizenship and social inclusion for Canadians who experience disability. Inclusion BC is a non-profit federation working with partners to build community and enhance the lives of children, youth, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families. They do this by supporting people’s abilities, promoting positive action, and advocating for rights, responsibilities, and social justice. Inclusion BC is supported by a membership of individuals, families, and 63-member organizations who are working together to build inclusive communities across our province. BC Employment Network (BCEN) is a provincial consortium of local and regional service providers delivering employment services to youth and adults with intellectual disabilities. Collectively, we support thousands of citizens Since our inception in 2007, our primary goal has been to increase employment outcomes thought the development and delivery of a wide array of professional development opportunities for staff and in the supporting and spearheading initiatives to increase the array of employment services available in communities across BC. The World Association for Supported Employment (WASE) is a network of persons and organizations with the aim to promote supported employment all over the world.

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