A nonprofit organization in West Prince that provides supports to adults aged (18-65) with intellectual disabilities. These supports range from residential, employment, supportive and recreational.
Inclusions East has five divisions by which services are offered to individuals with an intellectual disability.
A registered non-profit, member supported charitable organization. LDAPEI continues to rebuild from the grass roots up to bring services and a voice to learning disabled Islanders.
The Association strives to improve the quality of life for all Islanders living with an intellectual disability.
The PEI Council of the Disabled was formed in 1974 by concerned people with disabilities. Its original mandate was to speak out on issues such as housing, education, employment, transportation, human rights and access to support services, all of which it continues to address today.
Provides quality service to adults with an intellectual disability. We are committed to supporting individuals with a disability to live in and be active members of the community.
The Social Programs division provides supports and services to people with disabilities in Prince Edward Island to help them enjoy a good quality of life.
A non-profit organization that provides adults who have an intellectual disability with vocational training, life skills training, life enrichment, and support services.