CASS Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Read More.

Blog

The CASS Report September 2022

Posted on Fri, Sep 2, 2022 By:
Posted in: Uncategorized

Check out September’s Issue of the CASS Report for information on how to enter a draw for free Stampeders tickets, tips on how to avoid getting sick, and information on fall personal development programs.

Community Support: Lessons Learned

Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

I started working at CASS in late August of 2013. A friend had suggested I apply to the day program, as I had been looking for work that wouldn’t suck my soul. I ended up getting the job as a Community Support Worker (CSW), and had a caseload of diverse individuals that taught me so…

The CASS Report June 2022

Posted on Fri, Jun 3, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogThe CASS ReportTraining

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond in their role at CASS? How about a recipe for Bannock? Interested in winning some tickets to a Stamps game? You’ll have to check out the June issue of the CASS Report to find out more!

The CASS Report May 2022

Posted on Tue, May 3, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogEvents & ActivitiesThe CASS ReportTraining

In this newsletter issue, you’ll find information on how to protect yourself from phishing scams, staff training, and details on our upcoming move!

The CASS Report April 2022

Posted on Tue, Apr 5, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogThe CASS ReportTraining

Check out April’s Issue of The CASS Report for some info on pet ownership, tax season resources, upcoming stats, and staff training!

Admin Team Interview: Tara Deschner

Posted on Mon, Mar 21, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

What’s your name, title and how long have you been working in your current role here? My name is Tara Deschner, and I have been at reception for Calgary Alternative Support Services for 14 years this year. What other roles have you had in the agency if any? As Administration Staff have come and gone over…

Director Interview: Mickey Ferguson

Posted on Mon, Mar 14, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

What is your name, title and how long have you been working in your current role here? My name is Mickey Ferguson, Director of CAPSH. I have been with CASS for 10 years and 9 months. The CAPSH program was created a couple of years ago to encompass Langin Place and Stepping Stone Manor, which…

Director Interview: Radost Alexandrov

Posted on Mon, Mar 7, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

What is your name, title and how long have you been working in your current role here? My name is Radost Alexandrov and I have been with CASS since December 2008. Currently my role at CASS is Director of Finance. What other roles have you had with the agency? I have held different positions over…

The CASS Report March 2022

Posted on Wed, Mar 2, 2022 By:
Posted in: Uncategorized

In this month’s issue of the newsletter, you’ll find some information on how to support the deaf community in conversation, mental health resources, tips on how to to make daylight savings easier, and upcoming training.

Director Interview: Tracey Reece

Posted on Tue, Feb 22, 2022 By:
Posted in: blogTelling our Stories

What is your name, title and how long have you been working in your current role here? My name is Tracey Reece, Executive Director at Calgary Alternative Support Services.  I have been in this role since July 1, 2019. What other roles have you had with the agency? My employment with Calgary Alternative Support Services…

     Next >