The Access Program at Quest offers a variety of on-site and off-site programs for people of all abilities. The primary areas of focus are: community relations, recreation & leisure, skill development, friendship, and fun. Individual interests and skills are explored and built upon as staff provide ongoing support for positive health and well-being.
101D - 920 2A Avenue North
Goal 1: To stabilize and expand SAIL
Last year AIR worked to rebrand and establish a new self-advocacy group. We accomplished this by creating SAIL – Self Advocacy, Inclusion and Learning. It was noted that more management oversight would be needed to stabilize and expand all the great things individuals supported identified they wanted to learn. This year we will focus on stabilizing the individual leadership group and connecting with community resources for educational experiences.
Goal 2: to evaluate and structure AIR membership fees to increase paying membership numbers.
AIR management noted some gaps in the set up of our monthly membership fees and will be working this coming year to close those gaps and increase our paying membership numbers. This increase will assist in bringing new and exciting events and activities to the AIR programs while also updating our current aesthetic and equipment available to paying members. Management will be updating brochures/literature advertising the AIR program while also updating intake processes to ensure clear communication of expectations.
The cold is here. Please make sure you are dressing appropriately for the day. Employees and Individuals are asked to bring a toque and mittens to program each day. Winter boots are encouraged, however we ask that you please bring with a spare set of footwear to eliminate snow from falling off footwear and melting on the carpets. Employees and Individuals have access to lockers to store their indoor footwear here if they choose.
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