Social Integration Services Program (SIS)

SOCIAL INTEGRATION SERVICES PROGRAM

 

The Social Integration Service Program is designed to provide adults experiencing adjustment difficulties of a psychological, intellectual, social or physical nature access to an individualized learning that will enable them to acquire basic social skills and will prepare them for further studies, if they wish to do so.

 

The transfer of the adults’ learning to their everyday lives therefore constitutes a necessary result of social integration education. An individualized approach is offered to each student to develop the skills required to integrate and flourish in everyday activities of life and to play a social and rewarding role in a social and community context.

STUDENTS WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PROGRAM:

  • Significant and persistent learning difficulties;
  • Mild to moderate intellectual disability;
  • Students with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder);
  • Mental health disorders or difficulties;
  • Persons with loss of autonomy with physical disability(s) or disorder(s);
  • Intellectual disability aging people (age under 55);
  • Adults in school or out of school experiencing adjustment difficulties;
  • Cranial trauma.

REGISTRATION and ADMISSION:

  • Students must be 16 years of age or older by June 30 of the current year to be eligible for adult education training. We recommend that the student have completed his / her training in the youth sector by the age of 18 or 21 according to the programs to which he / she is eligible before entering the Social Integration Program;
  • Provide the original Birth Certificate including the parents’ names. For a minor student (under 18), the admission sheet must be signed by a responsible person (parent, guardian, etc);
  •  An annual fee is requested for cultural, leisure outings or activities in school;
  •  Before being admitted to the program, a meeting is scheduled with the Social Integration teacher in order to assess the student’s needs and to create a personal learning profile targeting specicic needs.

SCHEDULE and PROGRAM:

  • The schedule is Monday to Thursday from 9:25 am to 2:55 pm, with a 30-minute lunch period.
  • Students can attend part time, full time and a collaboration between different Centers may be offered.
  • The program entails 14 fields of skills within 4 Spheres of life ( Personal, Social, Work, School). A program from the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur.

TRANSPORTATION:

 The School Board offers transportation for the students. A transfer is usually done at Alexander Galt.

To get more information, please contact Donna Bray at 819 566-0250, ext: 0. http://newhorizons.etsb.qc.ca/ or contact the teacher: Manon Lessard at

Fees: 50$ per semester

 

 For information on this current registration, click here.

For more information, contact us at 819-566-0250, ext. 0.