Founded in 1950 in Montreal, the JEM Workshop Inc. operates as an adapted workplace with industrialized vocational goals, and is recognized by Emploi-Quebec. The JEM Workshop’s highly individualized services assist employees to function as closely as possible to their potential, thereby helping them progress toward normalized living and a productive vocational status.
Interview with Global Montreal at Life Animated Screening: https://globalnews.ca/video/4156640/ife-animated-family-using-disney-movies-to-connect-with-autistic-son
Friendship Circle provides Montreal families with a supportive community that gives the opportunity for special needs children to form real friendships within a non-judgmental environment. Friendship Circle provides many programs that are designed to nurture childrens social, physical, and cognitive skills. We work individually with each family to understand their specific needs and concerns related to each child’s disability.
I help to plan activities for adults with special needs, to be able to socialize and develop meaningful relationships.
MADA is a volunteer-based organization that evolved from a small neighborhood center to Montreals central address for fighting poverty in our community
We provide our patrons with many social and crisis services free of charge, as well as serving as a safe haven for those in need.
High Point Camp Board Member
HPC is a co-op run day camp in existence for more than fifty years. The camp was started by parents who wanted a place for their children to enjoy their summer vacations. HPC is still overseen by a volunteer board of executives made up of parents who send their children to the camp.