Personal autonomy and social skills development

Personal autonomy and social skills development2018-03-23T10:08:06+00:00

Through personalized support that is set to the individual’s pace, each young person is given the tools to learn skills and behaviours that will contribute to the development of their personal and social autonomy.

This service focuses on a variety of needs:

  • Physical needs: food, clothing, housing;
  • Support needs: developing social skills, self-awareness, managing emotions, budget management;
  • Motivational and reassurance needs: planning for the future, being encouraged, acknowledge and valued;
  • Familiarity with the services available: gaining access to the services offered in the area.

This support is accessible to youth ages 16 to 29 and is complementary to other services offered by the CJE and its numerous partners.