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Community Inclusion's newest building was officially opened in December of 2011. The site currently houses the organization's Administrative Offices and four individuals reside in the apartments. There is capacity for seven and the organizations hopes to have it filled before the end of 2012.
(L-R) Attending the official opening of the O'Leary Apartments is Nancy Wallace, Mayor of O'Leary; Honourable Valerie Docherty, Minister of Community Services and Seniors; Raeanne Adams, Chair of Community Inclusions; Gail Shea, Federal Minister of National Revenue; Paul Arsenault, Chairperson, O'Leary Lion's Club; and (far right) Robbie Henderson, Minister of Tourism and Culture.
The new residence in Alberton will accommodate a total of eight residents full-time when at capacity, along with one room for respite. Currently there are six individuals living at the home. The residence has two, two-bedroom dorm style apartments ( one on the first floor with the other on the second ), with the remaining four bedrooms on the first floor. It is not a home with eight bedrooms, rather the organization is trying it's best to accommodate the varying needs of individuals applying to live at the home. For those individuals who are able to live more independently, Community Inclusions wants to try to accommodate that. There will also be a Community Inclusionâ€™s staff at the residence to provide supports to the residents when necessary, with a second staff being available at busy times during the day.
(L-R) Attending the official opening of Alberton House is Kevin Porter, Executive Director of Community Inclusions; Honourable Gail Shea, Federal Minister of Fisheries and Oceans; Honourable Janice Sherry, Minister of Community Services, Seniors and Labour; Raeanne Adams, Chair of Community Inclusions; and (far right) Alberton-Roseville MLA Pat Murphy.