In order to do this, St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Centre has provided training to all staff, developed new policies (such as policies around service animals and assistive devices) and procedures, updated existing policies and has established clear and consistent accessibility feedback procedures.
If you have any questions about our policies or procedures, or would like to provide feedback on accessibility at St. Paul's, you can provide it in the following ways:
To view current service disruptions please see below.
St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Centre is committed to ensuring our clients and anyone who visits our Centre are aware of any service disruptions which may present challenges to accessibility. Clients will be informed about all known disruptions by information posted on our website, as well as verbal and written notifications upon arriving at St. Paul's.
Current Service Disruptions:
Before St. Paul’s, I stayed at home 7 days a week. Now I don’t need to stay at home everyday. I feel like this is my home. Here I have a lot of friends and it feels like home.-Peter, Day Program Client
I’m very happy I have friends here. It feels like family. When you come inside and you see someone you know, you sit down and talk to them or go for a walk.-Sabina, Resident
I feel so grateful I can come here, otherwise, I have no one to talk to. It’s very convenient. I’ve been coming here for 6 years.-Wai Fong, Recreation Client
I heard about St. Paul’s cancer support group the Princess Margaret Hospital in 2007. When I come here I’m not depressed and I temporarily forget my problems. The group has been very encouraging and I feel that I’m not alone.-Sandy, Support Group Member