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St.Amant acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 Territory, the traditional gathering place of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene people and the traditional homeland of the Métis people. Read More

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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.



NEWS
04
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Dear St.Amant Families: As anticipated, the third wave and the more contagious variants of concern mean that we have seen a rise in Covid-19 cases here at St.Amant as well as more staff needing to be away from work for various reasons. This week we saw two cases of Covid-19 in the Community Residential Program, one case in Community Services […]

04
30
21

Dear Families, As shared earlier this week, there are no changes to our visitation guidelines. Our screening process and your continued commitment to wearing Personal Protective Equipment while visiting allows us to safely maintain visits through these latest changes to Public Health Guidelines. Outdoor visits will be starting soon.   Shared Health has released a change in the definition of a COVID-19 outbreak on the recommendation from the Public […]

04
30
21

Dear SIL Families, We have received a new circular from the Department of Families that clarifies in-home and outdoor visits with this week’s new public health orders. CLDS funded homes that have one occupant only can continue with their designated visitors.   From the circular: Out of-Home Visitation The public health orders allow a person who lives alone to have […]

04
29
21

Dear Community Residential Program Families, We have received a new circular from the Department of Families that clarifies in-home and outdoor visits with this week’s new public health orders.   Residential care facilities (CRP shift-staffed homes) are not considered private residences for the purposes of the public health orders. Given this, some flexibility remains in place for visits to residential care facilities. […]