Person-Centred Saskatchewan is a comprehensive initiative in the disability services sector in Saskatchewan, evolving from grassroots efforts. It’s driven by research, collaboration, and the Saskatchewan Person-Centred Framework. This framework promotes self-reflection, mutual understanding, and empowers individuals with disabilities to make choices and contribute to their communities. Supported by the Saskatchewan Disability Strategy and Comprehensive Personal Planning & Support Policy, it emphasizes choice, fair assessments, and timely access to support. The Person-Centred Culture Committee plays a pivotal role in sharing best practices and fostering a person-centred culture in Saskatchewan.