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Intellectual disabilities

Services designed to help youth and adults improve intellectually, physically and socially, in partnership with their families and service providers in the community.
Development of children with intellectual disabilities

At Valoris, we support children and families through a needs-centred approach. That support becomes available as soon as there is a concern about a developmental delay in a child between 0 and 6 years of age or a diagnosis of disability. We also work in partnership with several community resources, including Maisons de la famille and EarlyON Child and Family Centres.

The services include:
  • Assessment of the child’s development.
  • Community support.
  • Family support.
  • Triple P (Stepping Stones).
  • Advocacy.
  • Transition to adult services (17-18 years of age).
Adult developmental disability

Valoris supports and helps developmentally disabled adults by contributing to their physical, social and emotional well-being. The aim of our adult development program is to promote their integration into society so that they can live as proud members of their community and benefit from all it has to offer while becoming fully contributing members.

The services offered include:
  • Assessment of the adult’s needs and individual planning.
  • Residential services, including home sharer residences, supervised apartments and group homes.
  • Employment support.
  • Assistance with identifying appropriate community resources.
  • Recreational and socio-cultural activities.
  • Protection services.
The Valoris approach

Enrich and enhance the quality of experiences and living conditions of children and adults living with the challenges of physical and developmental disabilities.

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