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St.Amant offers services in a number of areas designed to support individuals with a developmental disability or autism. Through the delivery of comprehensive programs and services, St.Amant strives to enhance the quality of life and self-determination for each person it supports.



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The Manitoba government has proclaimed The Protecting Children (Information Sharing) Act, which gives service providers the ability to collect and share personal information about at-risk children, their parents and legal guardians, Families Minister Scott Fielding announced today. “Every second counts when a child’s health or safety is at risk and that’s why our government is following through on our commitment […]

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Dear St.Amant Family Member: Your feedback is incredibly meaningful and important to the success of a very important project St.Amant has underway. The goal is to improve St.Amant’s family-centred approach to service to ultimately improve the service and support you and your family member receive from our organization. Below is a survey link to help us better understand your perspective on […]

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The St.Amant Leisure Guide offers leisure and recreation opportunities for children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism who are supported by St.Amant or on our waitlist. Fall sessions run from September 10 to November 18 and will offer a variety of activities for all ages and abilities, both on-site and in external community settings. Online registration opens Friday, August […]

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On Monday, August 7, Manitobans for Human Rights held the Torch of Dignity Relay. Cities around the world held relays to spread the message of human rights and human dignity. This year’s relay was in the historic Kildonan Park and proceeded down Main St. to the Oodena Celebration Circle at the historic Forks site. Dustin, who is supported in Community Services, participated […]