We’re sharing the Eden Alternative® philosophy in many communities now, not just Regina. It’s exciting to see the growth of such a positive approach to caring for people.
The Provincial government plays a pivotal role in helping us spread the Eden Alternative® philosophy of care, contributing operational funding towards the new homes.
“Our government is committed to working with the residents of Valley View Centre, their families and communities to have successful transitions,” said Moose Jaw Wakamow MLA, Greg Lawrence. “This work couldn’t be done without community-based organizations like Eden Care, to help create inclusive communities across our province.”
This project supports the Saskatchewan Disability Strategy by creating welcoming homes for people with diverse abilities.
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