The organization formerly known as the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities now goes by the name Manitoba Possible.
Rayleen Rudnicki, the supervisor for the Northern Regional Office in Thompson explains the new name Manitoba Possible captures the value and aspirations that have underpinned their now 70 years of breaking down barriers for and with Manitobans with disabilities. She says they wanted to renew their commitment to working together with all of their stakeholders to eliminate barriers to full and equal participation for everyone in our society. She notes Manitoba Possible emerged from a branding work as exemplifying this renewed commitment.
Rudnicki says the programs and services offered by Manitoba Possible have not changed, but the way they’re currently delivered is different due to the ongoing pandemic.
To learn more about Manitoba Possible and the services they offer, check out their website at Manitoba Possible DOT CA.