Psychosocial support is geared towards people
with a CVA or brain trauma, along with their
close relations (spouse, parents, friends).
An initial welcoming meeting with
one of our intervenors.
Practical and clinical information
on their condition.
Individual support and guidance throughout
the difficulties that may arise in the aftermath
of a CVA or brain trauma.
Referrals as needed.
Groups for individuals with aphasia.
Groups for family members and friends.
Différents types d’ateliers sont offerts à l’ACTE
(ex. : art, chant, relaxation, activité physique,
improvisation et activités de loisirs extérieurs);
The ACTE offers many types of workshops
including art, signing, wellness,
and outdoor recreation.
There is something for everyone.
The activity objectives are:
- To break isolation and improve quality of life.
- To facilitate the maintenance of abilities.
- To stimulate the development of new
knowledge and interests.
The ACTE plays a key role in the dissemination
of knowledge and information among afflicted
individuals and the population at large by:
Demystifying the reality of a CVA
and brain trauma with
Organizing conferences and
Advocating for the rights of members
through representation when necessary.
Galvanizing the ongoing
development of new services.