2017 Doris Mildred Parsons Bursary at CRC-Lennoxville

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Press Conference in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu – March 9, 2016

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Press Conference at Camp Garagona

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Launching of Guide

Communiqué Pour diffusion immédiate   Lancement du Guide d’implantation d’une ressource spécialisée en TGC, un outil qui fera la différence! Available only in French Le 30 novembre dernier, la Chaire de déficience intellectuelle et troubles du comportement de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) en collaboration avec le CRDI … [Read more...]

2011 Lily Butters Prize winners

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News from the 2011 Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting took place at the usual site, the Knowlton Golf Club, on Tuesday, August16th. Directors and members assembled to get the news from the year and approve resolutions thatwere required to end the year in good stead.   The assembly was informed that the last campaign projects are all going well with the last of … [Read more...]

The Farm Respite Service is Open

The farm respite service in Rougement opened in March of 2011.  For more information on the service, please consult its web site:  www.repitcampagne.com. … [Read more...]

Maison Lily Butters

This state-of-the-art eight bed diagnostic and crisis behavioural intervention facility has seen a successful turnover of clients since opening its doors in December of 2008. Remember that this facility was designed as a temporary evaluation and treatment centre for adolescents and young adults with destabilizing emotional and behavioural problems. … [Read more...]

2010 Winners Lily Butters Prize winners

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Tribute to Earl Clements

Earl Clements was a musician, a car repair wizard and a longtime volunteer at the Brome-Missisquoi –Perkins Hospital. After a career as an engineer at Toyota, he settled down on a property near Farnham and commuted regularly to the hospital on Main Street in Cowansville.He was well known at the hospital and extremely well versed in the intricacies … [Read more...]