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  • Next Step: The Special Olympics World Winter Games ​

  • April 20, 2021
  • Two members of St.Amant’s community, Michael Milani and Jacqueline “Jackie” Trudeau, made the Special Olympics Team Canada (SOTC) 2022 Training Squad!   Michael and Jackie are alpine skiers. For years they have trained to compete in the Special Olympics World Winter Games. Now that they’ve made it on the SOTC 2022 Training Squad the Games are just at their fingertips. […]

  • Update to St.Amant Families – April 16, 2021

  • April 16, 2021
  • Dear St.Amant Families, We seem to be in a bit of a waiting pattern as we watch the third wave in other provinces; at St.Amant we are continuing to wait and prepare in case Manitoba starts to see a rapid increase in cases. This week we had one Covid-19 positive in a staff person who works in our Autism Programs. […]

  • Update to Health & Transition Services Families – April 16, 2021

  • Dear Health & Transition Services Families, Although this week’s spring snowfall delayed things, I am happy to share that our team is busy getting ready to restart outdoor visits when the weather allows. Members of our team will be in touch with you once the plans are finalized and we are ready to begin booking these visits. Until then, visits […]

  • COVID Positive within Autism Programs (April 11, 2021)

  • April 11, 2021
  • Dear Autism Programs Families: We have become aware that an employee working in the Minnetonka Autism Programs classroom has tested positive for COVID-19. We are working with the St.Amant Occupational Health Services team and Manitoba Public Health to complete the contact tracing process. If your child is deemed a close contact, Public Health will reach out to you by phone. […]

  • Update to H&TS Families – April 9, 2021

  • April 9, 2021
  • Dear H&TS Families, There are currently no active cases of COVID-19 at Health & Transition Services. With double digit temperatures, we’ve had many people get outside and enjoy the warm spring weather while we take care to remain diligent in the face of variants and increasing cases around us. It has been wonderful to see and hear how the change […]

  • Update to St.Amant Families – April 9, 2021

  • We are very pleased to share that we currently have no active cases of Covid-19. Currently almost everyone who is eligible within Health & Transition Services has received two doses of the vaccine and roughly 50% of the people we support residentially in the community have had one dose of vaccine, with many people scheduled in the coming weeks. We […]

  • Manitoba Moose Launch Autism Awareness Jersey Auction

  • April 2, 2021
  • In the past 5 years, the Manitoba Moose donated over $66,000 to outfit 5 classrooms where preschool-aged children with autism come every day to learn, to make friends and to prepare for kindergarten. From games, classroom software, iPads, learning tools, art supplies, toys, – all the items in a classroom that make it interesting are there because of the support […]

  • Update to Health & Transition Services Families – April 1, 2021

  • April 1, 2021
  • Dear Health & Transition Services Family Members: We received great news today! Further review and investigation was completed by Dr. Embil, infectious disease specialist with the WRHA, for the respite admission on Child & Young Adult Health Services West who tested positive on Friday, March 26. This person has been deemed “COVID recovered”. This means that the person had COVID […]

  • Update to St.Amant Families – April 1, 2021

  • Dear St.Amant Families, I’m very pleased to share that there are no current active cases within St.Amant. This past week, we were advised of one positive case from a person in our Respite Program staying at 440 River Road but Public Health later deemed them ‘COVID recovered’. Meaning they were not contagious during their stay. The initial positive test result […]