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Centre Franco-Quebecers for Integration and Social Participation

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  • Director's name: Christian Rotureau
  • Year of creation: 2001
  • Address: 66 boulevard Edgar Quinet
    79200 Parthenay
    France Europe
  • Phone number: 05-49-63-01-44
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The Franco-Quebec Committee for Integration and Social Participation was founded in November 2001. It is unusual to have a Board composed of 50% of Quebec and is based on values, philosophy and concepts from the reflection and the Quebec approach: development of social roles, developing the person self-determination.

 

The Committee's objectives are:

 

-          Act in the field integration and social participation people with intellectual disabilities.

 

-          Improve the quality of life of its citizens by providing quality services and personalized.

 

-          Respect the personal projects of these people, what the collective and institutional framework does not always achieve.

Translation Project

Experience Index Cards

Individual stays to have a break, based on concepts from the reflection and the Quebec approach, Centre Franco-Quebecers for Integration and Social Participation, France
The individual stays are for people going through a difficult period, with acts or socially unacceptable behavior. A resource family is not necessarily the solution.

Sources

Symposium "8th meetings joint on the integration in the city" on April 26, 2013 to Parthenay (79)
Community-based approach (in the city) Supervision of proximity Development of networks Inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities What is at stake and what strategies to facilitate a more rewarding inclusion of the role of people with intellectual disabilities?
The reference approach Community Guide
This text offers a description and tracks for the implementation of the community-based approach in the perspective of a better inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities.