The Impact Program branched out from our Access Program in the spring of 2016. This program is driven by the people who attend it. Some common interests found in this program are: employment, volunteerism, establishing friendships, building new skills, and getting active in the community. This site features: "the lab" & resource centre, a full size kitchen, computer & iPad stations, gaming consoles, flat screens, and a theatre stage.
103 - 920 2A Avenue North
"To provide the opportunity for safe social alternatives to overcome the impact of COVID-19"
Throughout the past year, the pandemic has created a number of barriers and obstacles around social engagement and opportunities. Therefore, Living, CORE, and AIR will collectively be focusing on breaking down these barriers by creating a variety of safe social opportunities throughout the year, for individuals to participate in.
Advocacy: to change "what is" to "what should be"
VOICES is a self–advocacy group in partnership with South Region Self Advocacy Network (SRSAN). The group consists of 14+ active members, all who utilize services through Quest. This group is on a mission to raise awareness in the Lethbridge community that individuals with disabilities have a voice!“Voices” takes their mission and duties seriously, but they have fun while doing it.
Voices is always looking for new members. If you are interested in learning about advocacy, rights, gaining independence and using your voice, join us. Sign up sheets are posted at all programs and meetings will take place in the Access Classroom. For more information, inquire with AIR management.
Spring is in the AIR and we are getting outside daily. All attendees are encouraged to wear proper walking footwear for our daily walks in our community. Also bring an umbrella and spare shoes to wear inside on rainy days to keep our floors dry and safe.