GivingTuesday is a global movement for giving and volunteering. It also marks the beginning of the “giving season”, where different people, charities and organizations come together to support important causes.
DASCH CEO Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award From Prestigious Universal Women’s Network The Universal Womens Network™ and Direct Action in Support of Community Homes, (DASCH), is pleased to announce that DASCH Chief Executive Officer, Karen Fonseth has been awarded the Women of Inspiration Lifetime Achievement Award by the Universal Women’s Network, at their annual awards […]
Michael Bergman is a beloved member of the DASCH community and the 2020 recipient of the DASCH Merit Award. Michael was supposed to receive this award at the Possibilities Gala originally scheduled for Thursday, September 17. Due to Covid-19, the Possibilities Gala has been postponed to April 23, 2021- but that isn’t stopping us from […]
The DASCH Foundation is proud to be partnering with Salisbury House in a new #SalsPayitForward campaign.
DASCH was recently featured in the Winnipeg Free Press talking about our cautious introduction of home visits, as the provincial government relaxes visiting restrictions at care homes.
DASCH is excited to announce Nurse Next Door as a new expansion of the organization. Nurse Next Door is dedicated to delivering individualized and quality home care options to seniors in the community.
DASCH Chief Executive Officer, Karen Fonseth, was recently interviewed by the Winnipeg Free Press and spoke to what DASCH is doing to help our individuals and their families adjust to the new normal.
A DASCH Direct Support Worker is responsible for providing individualized support, maintenance of a safe and comfortable home and providing regular access to the community for people receiving services.
DASCH’s Vision is to build and inspire a community of inclusion where people with intellectual disabilities are valued and enabled to live to their full potential.
A vocational training program suited for those with an intellectual disability.
The Centre for Inclusion & Citizenship in Canada defines employment as “…an important milestone for all individuals, regardless of ability. Employment is a social determinant of health, contributing to improved physical and mental health, including self-esteem, confidence, and greater life satisfaction.
Anyone can play a role in making their community a better place through simple acts of kindness and inclusion. DASCH is proud to celebrate and encourage these acts by sharing inspiring stories from around the world, the DASCH community, and from you!