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Valley View Centre Transition

Valley View Centre Transition Progress Summary (as of March 1, 2015)


Number of Residents
 As of November 2014, all 177 residents have completed their individual PATH meetings.
 A number of residents have been prioritized for transition planning in the 2015-16 fiscal year. We anticipate as many as 30 people will begin transitioning in Spring 2015.


 Number of Individuals Moved to New Homes
Communities moved to:

About the transition

A Transition Steering Committee developed a total of 14 recommendations. These recommendations said that future services should be based on a person’s unique needs using a person-centered planning approach.

The recommendations outlined the work necessary to help residents and their families throughout the transition from Valley View Centre to a community of their choice.

Find out more about the history of Valley View Centre Transition.

About the Transition Steering Committee

The Transition Steering Committee is a diverse team of professionals and stakeholders formed to lead the transition for Valley View Centre. The team is a unique partnership between:

  • Families – through the VVC Family Group leadership;
  • Advocates – through the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living; and
  • VVC /Ministry of Social Services – through VVC staff and management and Community Living Service Delivery.

This unique partnership is critical in guiding the VVC transition process.

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