Buy a 2014 Calendar of E. J. Hughes art work for $22.00 and $8.00 will be donated to the Clements Centre
Calendars are available at the Clements Centre’s reception desk where Interac is now available.
Lunch On Clements will not be serving daily lunch specials for the month of December as the elves will be busy baking and cooking up a storm for the Christmas orders. If you are interested in ordering sweet or savories for this holiday season, please see Marie or Maria as soon as possible to add your order to the growing list.
The last count for the Sock Drive is 713 pairs. Please help spread the word in the community as we only have until December 11th, 2013 to meet our goal of 2,013 pairs. The silent auction table will be set up for the next three weeks to generate funds to help us reach our goal.
The Clements Centre Society operates the Clements Centre for Community Living and the Sundrops Centre for Child Development.
Clements Centre for Community Living supports adults with developmental disabilities. Day services connect individuals with their community. Supported employment connects people with employment. Lunch on Clements and Activation Leisure are programs connecting each individual with activities based on their needs. Residential services connect people with suitable accommodation that includes supported living, home sharing, and group residences.
Sundrops Centre for Child Development supports children and their families. The Child Care Resource and Referral program connects families with child care providers and provides support to those providers. The Child Development Team provides children, birth to 5 years, who are at risk for / or have a developmental delay or disability with development consultation including speech and language, physical and occupational therapy. As part of the Child Development team, Supported Child Development supports children, birth to 12 years with extra support needs to attend child care. The Children’s Family Support program provides life skills activities for school age children with disabilities.
The Clements Centre Society was formed in 1957 by the parents of children with disabilities. The Society is a provincially registered not-for-profit organization and a federally registered charity. All services provided by the Society meet the rigourous international standards set by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
5856 Clements Street, Duncan, BC V9L 3W3 250.746.4135
Office hours 8:30-4:00pm Monday to Friday
Closed on Statutory Holidays.
Clements Centre day programs (Activation/Leisure, Lunch on Clements, South End and PIC programs) are all closed between December 20th and January 3rd 2014 for their annual break. Participants will be welcomed back to program on Monday January 6th 2014.