Neil Squire Society

Atlantic Regional Office

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-450-7999
Toll Free Phone 1-866-446-7999
Fax 506-453-9681
Primary Contact Beverly Grasse, Regional Manager, Neil Squire Society; Email:
Description & Services
Cross Reference Atlantic Regional Office
Description of service(s) The Neil Squire Society is a Canadian non-profit organization whose purpose is to create opportunities for independence for individuals with disabilities. Through direct interaction with individuals, we research, develop and deliver appropriate innovative services and technology to meet their needs. We offer assistive technology, ergonomic assessments, and computer literacy in addition to our Employ-Ability program which assists adults with disabilities to acquire the necessary skills and awareness to establish themselves in employment. This program can be completed through an in class setting as well as through online distance education.
Areas Served New Brunswick - Fredericton, Saint John ; Nova Scotia - New Glasgow
Eligibility Ages: 99 year(s) and under
Languages English ; French
Fees Donation
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
440 York St
Fredericton, NB E3B 3P7
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Accessibility Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Service Categories Supported Employment

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