Monday April 24, 2017
In 2016, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities launched a national consultation with the words, “We have made considerable progress in making our society more inclusive, but there is still work to do. Canadians with disabilities continue to face barriers in their daily lives. What does an accessible Canada mean to you? Please take the t...
Thursday April 20, 2017
As a full-time Support Worker you will work in collaboration with other team members in providing appropriate support to the five individuals with an intellectual disability who live in the home by: collaborating with other team members to support the physical, psychological and emotional well being of the person who receives supports; accompanying individuals to appoin...
Saturday April 1, 2017
Welcome to another brand new Bubble of the Month: Stand on Humble Ground! This month we will explore how house leaders and program leaders learn everyday to Stand on Humble Ground! Thanks to Ainsley, Silas, Éric and Halyna who took the time to reflect on these dimensions, for their authenticity, generosity, for their simplicity and their commitmen...
Wednesday March 29, 2017
L’Arche Canada has moved and is pleased to let you know that their new address is : L’Arche Canada 500, boul. Gouin Est - bureau 205 Montréal QC H3L 3R9 Tel : (514) 844 1661 Fax : (514) 844 1960 View location of Google Map Telephone and fax numbers remain unchanged.
International Down Syndrome Day
Tuesday March 21, 2017
When someone dies, we take stock of their lives. There is usually a list of things of relatives, friends, things they left behind. But what happen when someone never have any of these, never went to school, never learn to read or write, never married or have children? What do we say at their funeral? A video published by L'Arche international for the International Down Syndrome Day. &nb...