Social Work at Entrust

posted on March 30, 2018

Dedicated to Enhancing Quality of Life Social workers play an essential role. They are professionals that are focused on the individual and are dedicated to supporting and advocating for them in any…

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Transitioning to a Group Home

posted on March 06, 2018

Making the decision to place your loved one in a group home is a big step. At Entrust, we understand the weight of this decision on both you and your loved one and do everything we can to be transparent,…

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Edmonton Activity Spotlight: CNFC

posted on February 12, 2018

Inclusion, Community, and Heritage Having a sense of belonging is important for everyone; this is why we are focused on bridging the gap between our clients and their communities. For our Indigenous clients…

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Happy Holidays from Entrust

posted on December 18, 2017

  From everyone at Entrust, we wish you and your family a warm and joyful holiday season!  Remember, if your child has a developmental disability or special sensory needs, this time of year can be quite…

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5 Facts of Hiring Someone With a Disability

posted on October 19, 2017

Advocate for the meaningful inclusion of all Albertans.  A couple weeks ago on October 5, the Government of Alberta announced that October is officially Disability Employment Awareness Month! Inclusive…

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4 Ways to Build Disability Awareness

posted on October 03, 2017

 There is room for improvement when it comes to our national disability initiatives. Work is being done across Canada to have October officially recognized as National Disability Employment Awareness…

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5 Ways to Make School a Great Experience

posted on September 11, 2017

The first week of September is over, your child's back in school, getting familiar with their environment, and adjusting to their new schedule. The switch from summer to school is a major transition…

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Finding Belonging and Meaning at Entrust

posted on September 07, 2017

Robyn's Story Robyn was diagnosed with Autism at age 11. She was finding it difficult to make connections with others, often times becoming very aggressive in situations that caused any anxiety or stress.…

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