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Welcome to the Supported Employment Newfoundland Labrador 

SENL stands for Supported Employment Newfoundland Labrador. Established in 1997, SENL was initially an informal network of service providers and citizens who were concerned about the full participation of persons with disabilities in the provincial labour force.

What does SENL do?

SENL stands for Supported Employment Newfoundland Labrador. Established in 1997, SENL was initially an informal network of service providers and citizens who were concerned about the full participation of persons with disabilities in the provincial labour force.

SENL is a group comprised of many non-profit agencies across the island of Newfoundland and Labrador, which achieves its goals through...

  • An annual provincial conference - networking and professional development event
  • Provincially supported employment web-site
  • On-line tools and resources for professionals in the field
  • Development and Publication of Best Practices
  • A national association newsletter
  • Promotion of member services to the Canadian business community
  • Development of supported employment strategies and outcomes through the facilitation of a national network of committed, knowledgeable professionals

Mission Statement

SENL promotes workplace inclusion for Canadians with developmental disabilities through supported employment to eliminate the barriers that prevent the full participation of these individuals.

Send Us Your Ideas!

Please send us your ideas or advice for how SENL can better serve you! Here is your chance to tell us about new, innovative supported employment initiatives your organization is spearheading and request support from SENL (i.e. networking) to launch your ideas.