Regina Luncheon: The Importance of Early Intervention When Managing Disability

March 12, 2015 11:30 AM to 1:15 PMHotel Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan
Area of Interest: Benefits Format: In Person

Employers who intervene soon after an employee is first disabled can assist them to return to work faster, which makes for a happier employee, while cutting disability-related costs. Connie Deschamps will provide an overview of best practices around early intervention and disability management. She will share insights into the challenges of managing disabilities and discuss solutions to deal with the barriers.

Connie Deschamps


Connie Deschamps is the Western Canada Lead in Health and Productivity with Mercer. She has worked in the field of disability, health and wellness for 19 years. She has worked with employers in the private as well as public sector, in unionized and non-unionized environments. She has managed occupational and disability management teams and has designed and implemented numerous disability/health and wellness programs in a variety of settings. Connie has extensive knowledge of disability management and best practice.


Registration: 11:30 am, Lunch: 11:45 am, Presentation:  12:15 pm – 1:15 pm   

Location Hotel Saskatchewan, 2125 Victoria Ave, Regina, SK S4P 0S3  

CE Credit This session qualifies for 1 Continuing Education credit for the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (one credit per hour). 

Fees and Registration
Membership Types Regular Price
Regular membership $33.33 CDN
Associate $33.33 CDN
Student $23.81 CDN
Non Member $52.38 CDN
Cancellation Policy