Breaking through barriers for workers
who have children with special needs

Welcome to Special Needs and Moving On Projects!

Special Needs & Moving On projectsThe Special Needs and Moving On Projects provide resources and support for workers at the post office whose children have disabilities. The projects are available to members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the Union of Postal Communications Employees (Public Service Alliance of Canada). The Special Needs Project is geared to families with young children; the Moving On Project is for adult sons and daughters with special needs. Life is more demanding when you work and have a child with special needs. Learn more about our Special Needs and Moving On projects.


Comité québécois pour les jeunes en difficulté de comportement (CQJDC)

cqjdcProviding educational services to meet the needs of youth with behavioural difficulties and those around them is a special challenge.

The CQJDC is aware of the difficulties faced by these young people,

by their parents, and by educational officers. As a result, its aim is to promote the development of quality educational services by educating those concerned about the needs and welfare of these youth. It is also aimed at building likw between school staff, those involved in other networks, and the parents of these children.

CQJDC deals with youth with both introverted (under-reactive: inhibited, isolated, depressive or suicidal, etc.) and extroverted (over-reactive : disruptive, aggressive, oppositional, hyperactive, etc) behaviour.

Resource Details:
Topic Area: Specific disability: behavioural difficulties
Type: Program website
Source/Organization: CQJDC
Geographic Focus: Québec
Language: French
Purpose: To meet the needs of youth with behavioural difficulties and people around them.
Date reviewed: January 2013

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