CERIC actually conducts surveys of CDPs every few years - see their reports and infographics on the Surveys page.
SKCDA Podcast - Episode 8: Listen for the Values of the Individual (Dorothy Hyde, Radius Community Centre)
For over 30 years, Dorothy Hyde has been involved in the Saskatoon community in human services, career development and adult education. She is the Executive Director of Radius Community Centre for Education and Employment Training, a non-profit that provides employment programs, employee development programs, and support services to families with children and youth with disabilities.
She is a community advocate and is the current chair for the Canadian Citizen’s Advisory Committee for Corrections for the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre. Additionally, she lends her time for conversations with aspiring leaders as a volunteer mentor with Leadership Saskatoon. Family is very important to Dorothy and her most energizing life moments are found with her children and her spirited 4 grandsons. In her personal life, she believes in looking for ways to promote her own lifelong learning – taking on such challenges as learning to playing trumpet, and trying her hand at jazz music . Dorothy strives for an optimistic future that builds a community that is supportive, respectful and provides opportunities for community inclusion for all.
Curated Resource List (courtesy of Dorothy Hyde)
There is a flyer available from the LifeStrategies website that lists the Table of Contents for the Career Development for Diverse Clients - Beyond the Basics book (Cognella Publishing). Here are some of the authors involved: