The North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre is a non-profit, charitable, community based corporation. NSILC started in 1991 and is one of the 27 such centres across Canada that promotes the independence of people with disabilities. NSILC promotes the integration of people with disabilities and has a minimum of 51% of the people directly involved in the management and decision making have a disability of some kind.
There are many programs, resources and services that we have to offer regardless of the disability. NSILC receives funding from the Federal Government, donations, fundraising and grants. So drop in and enjoy a coffee and have a chat with one of the staff, who always have the time to meet with new people or if you have the urge to surf the web you can leisurely enjoy free use of the Community Access Point (CAP) computers.
Our Core Programs
NSILC offers programs that support individuals with disabilities in learning and developing skills. NSILC provides an array of programs such as employment, literacy and support services. All are geared towards providing individuals with disabilities with the independence they need to fully integrate and participate in their communities. Click on programs to find out more.