SPRING BREAK IS FROM MARCH 6 to 10, 2017

LA RELÂCHE SCOLAIRE SE DÉROULE DU 6 au 10 MARS 2017

 

Social Integration Services (SIS)

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Our Social Integration Services class is designed to enable an adult who is experiencing adjustment difficulties of a psychological, intellectual, social or physical nature to gain access to individualized learning that fosters the acquisition of basic skills to prepare him/her for an active role in society and , where applicable, the pursuit of further studies.

Our program promotes student individuality while encouraging team work to build skills and abilities. All students are encouraged to participate in work placement activities to practice the skills they have acquired in the program. Classes run four (4)  days per week with one day of field experience outside the center.

Admission of Adults into the Social Integration Services Program

Adults are admitted to the SIS program not because of a particular disability or the handicap associated with it, but rather on the basis of the social difficulties and challenges experienced by the individual. However, the adults’ disabilities are taken into consideration in the formation and the teaching that takes place in the classes.

The fields of study in our SIS program

Our program is designed to work on the development of generic and specific skills which include the following:

  • Communication skills ( oral, written non-verbal)
  • Personal and Social Skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Basic mathematical skills
  • Management of daily life
  • Domestic skills
  • Diet and Personal Hygiene
  • Work related skills
  • Use of Community Resources.

What makes us so special?

We offer an inclusive and personalized approach to enable each of our students to thrive in an environment of trust and security. Our SIS students give back to the community through their support of Sun Youth, providing food baskets, selling their jewelry and decorations, and visiting schools to make presentations on anti-bullying initiatives.

They have won regional awards for their Entrepreneurial activities and will be starting a special organic gardening project this spring.

For more information or to arrange for an appointment please call us at:

450-688-2933 extension 3141

SIS Brochure