Administer with Care & Compassion.

Administer with Care & Compassion.

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Jesse Biccum started this petition to Saskatchewan Party

Let's join together and let the Government of Saskatchewan know they are failing the people who really need their help! Who need them the most!

Since the inception of the Sask Party Government ruled by Scott Moe many of the supports put in place by the former premiere have since been dissolved and assimilated by the SIS program. Which is a sorry excuse for helping those in need. Although our premiere has done wondeful things. This is something that should be immediately looked at and adjusted.

 

-- The Story.....

~Recently my family suffered a very large loss.

Due to my father opting to assume caregiving of his wife he has been out of the workforce for over 15 Years. With how competitive and slow the job market is, It cannot be reasonable to expect him to find work in the small city of Estevan, Saskatchewan. With eroding disks, Depression, severe PTSD and all of this is compounded by losing the love of his life who he literally cared for and loved. I find the incompetence of our Social Services ministry rather disgusting.

It lacks the human touch of compassion and understanding.

This is only one unique case out of the thousand out there that have been brushed off and forgotten about. I assure you my Dad is not the only one out there. I know of a man with MS who has been denied help from this Ministry time and time again.

So if that's not enduring and life altering. I'm not sure what they consider "Enduring" " (Life Altering)

Let's make a change for the better! Get the attention of those who oversee and administer these programs. Write your local MLA to bring awareness to the lack of EQUALITY and CARE given to these cases.

There is always the exception, Always a reason to LISTEN and hear those who are suffering out.

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