Continuity Care is a not-for- profit organization dedicated to supporting families in Manitoba to plan for an enriched quality of life for their family member with an intellectual disability. We help families achieve peace of mind by planning for the future and creating connections that last a lifetime.
The work we do with, and on behalf of, families is the foundation of our organization. Our staff and volunteers operate on our core values of advocacy, knowledge, relationships, inclusion and community in all that we do.
My experience in the business world and as a volunteer for people with disabilities has encouraged me to reflect on their quality of life. I believe Continuity Care helps families to realize their dreams for the family member with a disability. I am proud of my personal and corporate involvement.
– John Pollard, Pollard Banknote – donors
Our informative quarterly newsletter, available here four times a year in PDF format. Click on the links below to download an issue.
Welcome to Continuity Care’s Fall Newsletter! On the front cover is a recap of our Annual General Meeting. Page 2 has our Message from the Office and information about Launch into Life!. On Page 3 Chanique shares with us what a sharing circle is. The Baby Boomer Café is on page 4 sharing their sing-alongs … ContinuedRead More
The Bulletin is where you will find the upcoming workshops and group support dates. All workshops require you to register. You can either call the office at (204) 779-1679 or email: email@example.com.Read More
Continuity Care’s Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 by Zoom Video Conferencing. Read about our exciting year in the Annual Report.Read More
Getting to Know Me Workshop *New*
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Zoom Video Conference & Teleconferencing
Coffee & Connections
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Monday, November 15, 2021
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Zoom Conference or Teleconference
Continuity Care Groups and Workshops
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I was told to institutionalize my daughter Justine because she was born with Down Syndrome. It was two years before I was given the diagnosis. From then on I had two purposes in life. My first goal was to educate Justine and give her a decent life; the second was to prepare the supports for the time when my husband and I have passed away. Continuity care is an integral part of these supports.
– Helen, parent
We offer one year memberships for $25.00 per family and $50.00 per agency or Lifetime memberships for $250.00. With a membership you will receive: a copy of our Circle of Life Workbook, free registration at our workshops, individualized support, assistance with planning, advocacy and connecting with resources, quarterly newsletters and voting privileges at our AGM.