The Southern Alberta Community Living Association (SACLA) is established.1 The mission of the Lethbridge-based non-profit is: “Cultivating Relationships, Connecting Communities, Creating Possibilities.”2 They collaborated with the likes of Edmonton non-profit Skills Society to develop an online app called “My Compass”, which is an innovative tool designed to “humanize the case management experience and transform how social service agencies plan with people served.”3 Sue Manery is the chief executive director of SACLA
1. Southern Alberta Community Living Association, “Who we are,” sacla.ca, accessed July 19, 2018, https://www.sacla.ca/who-we-are/.
1. Ben Weinlick, “The MyCompass Story,” mycompassplanning.com, accessed July 19, 2018, https://www.mycompassplanning.com/blog/mycompass-story/.