What We Do.

Empowering people who live with intellectual disabilities, so they might engage in all aspects of inclusive communities with opportunities and choice, has prevailed as Inclusion Regina’s mandate for more than six decades. Inclusion Regina is a non-profit, community-based organization that provides recreational, educational, and personalized supports for persons living with intellectual disabilities, and their families.

A Few Of Our Programs

Let’s Connect Technologies

The Let’s Connect iPad workshop is a six-week workshop that runs once a week for 2 hours. It was created out of the need for specialized training and discussion about computers, “I Devices”, and online use, safety, and etiquette for people who have a cognitive disability.

Supporting Retirement Program

Supporting Retirement Program provides an opportunity for older adults with intellectual disabilities to access inclusive community-based leisure & recreation activities.

Any individual with an intellectual disability who is over the age of 50 is invited to be a part of this initiative.



Next Chapter Book Club

The Next Chapter Book Club (NCBC) offers weekly opportunities for people with cognitive or developmental disabilities to read and learn together, talk about books, and make friends in a relaxed, community setting.

Each group is comprised of between five and eight people. The small size ensures that each participant feels valued, and facilitates the development of strong friendships between members. Anyone may join the club, regardless of reading level and abilities.


NCBC Regina
University of Regina