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Training activities, Support

AQPA - Association québécoise des personnes aphasiques

Provide people with aphasia with a place to connect and with support that fosters their fulfillment and their social integration. Provide people with aphasia with new forms of activity that will permit them to lead an active life and be full citizens. Provide information on the services and resources available. Raise the awareness of authorities and the public about the needs of people with aphasia. Provide support to loved ones of people with aphasia.
Information and documentation, Training activities, Support

AQPAMM - Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale

The Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale Inc. (AQPAMM) is a not-for-profit community organization for relatives and friends of people with mental illness. It provides family and friends of a loved one with mental health issues with support, referral and information services.
Information and documentation, Support

CACI - Centre d'appui aux communautés immigrantes

Guidance for newcomers in their relocation process, as well for all immigrant communities in integrating into the host society. CACI's primary mission is to welcome and facilitate the socioeconomic integration of newcomers, and to promote the participation and social involvement of seniors.
514-856-3511 poste 220 ou 226
Information and documentation, Training activities, Support

Carrefour des femmes de Saint-Léonard

The Carrefour des femmes de Saint-Léonard is a place to connect that fosters the involvement and solidarity of women. It focuses on personal growth and social change. Many women must look after their spouse or parents experiencing loss of autonomy. To combat the distress that many caregivers of seniors experience, we implemented the project “Être aidante est-ce naturel?” [Is it natural to be a caregiver?], which provides specific services for caregivers.
Information and documentation, Support, Transportation

Centre de bénévolat SARPAD

The primary mission of SARPAD is to foster the independent living of seniors by providing them with services to meet their needs. SARPAD also supports caregivers of seniors by providing them with information, referrals and individual follow-up by telephone.
514 737-2454

Famille Nouvelle

Famille Nouvelle’s goal is to provide affordable therapy to individuals, couples and families in need based on their income. We have 24 professional therapists from various schools of thought, all of whom are members of accredited professional associations with professional liability insurance. Famille Nouvelle has been in operation since 1987 and has always run on donations and fundraising.
Information and documentation, Training activities, Support

GASO - Groupe des Aidants du Sud-Ouest

GASO’s mission is to foster a better quality of life for caregivers and to promote their recognition in the community. Our objective is to implement services and activities to: Prevent caregiver burn-out; Break the isolation of caregivers and help them overcome the challenges involved in looking after a loved who is ill or experiencing loss of autonomy.
Information and documentation, Training activities, Support

Hay Doun - Family support services

The mission of Hay Doun family support services is to serve the community by offering effective tools for integration, social education and support at various levels. Services: Individual and group psychosocial support services, information and training are also available for caregivers of seniors at home. Please note that the centre is open Monday to Friday during the day and services are available in the evening.
Information and documentation, Support

INCA Québec

INCA Québec is a not-for-profit organization that contributes to enhancing the quality of life people who are blind or partially sighted by ensuring that they have access to community support. Services are available for people with a vision impairment, but there is also a support group for caregivers of a person with vision loss. It is not necessary to be legally blind to access the services and no prescription is required.
514 934-4622
Support, Home care

The yellow door

The Generations Project, the Yellow Door's flagship program, is run by two coordinators and over 250 volunteers who serve close to 300 elderly persons in the downtown Montreal area. Many of these friendly visitors are McGill University students who generously volunteer their time and energy.