WE Belong Special Needs
Activities and support for children, teens and young adults with special needs, as well as for their caregivers. Safe and inclusive assisted activities encourage socialization and stimulation, while offering respited support to caregivers. Read on for all the details!
- Fill in the Registration Form and give it to the SNACS Program coordinator at an activity or email it to: email@example.com
- View the latest Activities Schedule.
- Pay online for annual activities using PayPal or Square.
- Make a donation and help us to build more activities for the most vulnerable members of our community.
- Scroll down the page for more information.
A safe, structured and stimulating program before and after school hours for special needs students of QHS.
Friday Night Bowling
Teens and young adults get together to go bowling one Friday evening each month.
Saturday Children’s Activity
Children are invited to join in a variety of stimulating activities such as crafts, puppet shows, dance, and games.
Supper with the Gang
A life skills-based evening where teens and young adults make a meal together and then enjoy a variety of activities.
Students, be a buddy to a special needs child. Volunteer work with the Wellness Activities at QHS or other local special needs services can lead to a paid job, like babysitting or camp counsellor.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Open the WE Belong Pamphlet for a summary of the program, or the one-page description sheet. Learn more about the origins of the program. Questions? Please call the program coordinator, at 418-572-5009.
Please visit the SNACS Entrepreneurs website to learn about work opportunities adapted to special needs students and young adults as well as the catering services they provide. Also visit the website of Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid’s, our main public partner, to learn more about their professional health and social services related to Special Needs.
We would like to thank our partners and sponsors for their support of the SNACS Program. Here is a list of organizations who make a real difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable members of our community: