Many programs and services offered at St.Amant would disappear without the generous support of our community. Find out how you can make a difference today.
February is Psychology Month and our staff in in Psychology have presentations on challenging behaviour available for families and staff to attend. More free talks are available throughout the city, visit the Manitoba Psychological Society’s website, www.mps.ca for more information. Psychology Month Event February 11 |11 am – 1 pm | St.Amant Cafeteria Everyone is welcome to the event in the cafeteria to learn […]
This spring St.Amant will launch our first Leisure Guide; offering activities for children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism. This program will offer a variety of activities such as: soccer, swimming, dancing, crafts, culinary classes and more at no cost! Drawing on a wealth of internal expertise and through contract instructors, St.Amant will encourage community inclusion and recognize […]
Showcasing the amazing works of art created by those St.Amant supports and will be available to be purchased through a silent auction.
Empower people with disabilities to learn, work and play with an inclusive community. Please give to our year end campaign.
The St.Amant Spirit Cottage by Hans Kraus Family & Qualico, is a $1M fully accessible cottage that will allow children and adults to enjoy recreation year-round!
The Canadian Conference on Developmental Disabilities and Autism will leave you with practical strategies and information to better support individuals.
St.Amant has developed a strategic plan to cover all aspects of St.Amant’s operations for the next five years.
St.Amant School believes all individuals are inherently predisposed to learn and adapt to their physical, emotional and social environments.