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Pleins Rayons is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 2015 that helps young adults living with an intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder to feel a part of their community.

Mission

Pleins Rayons promotes positive social inclusion of young adults by offering them the opportunity to develop socio-professional skills through various social economic projects and therapeutic recreational activities.

Vision

Active social inclusion of young adults with an intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder from the Brome-Missisquoi region.

Values

Dignity

Pleins Rayons instils dignity to its apprentices through projects to which they can contribute and through which they can experience success.

Excellence

Pleins Rayons is constantly innovating as it seeks to offer quality services and activities for its apprentices.

Creativity

Our various projects are planned with the development of our apprentices' social and vocational skills in mind.

“Dare to include, because everyone has their place”
Stephan Marcoux
General Director

Pleins Rayons

Our Objectives

  • Develop the apprentices' social skills
  • Develop the apprentices' vocational skills
  • Offer adapted educational workshops in different domains
  • Introduce apprentices to therapeutic recreation activities
  • Promote within the community the inclusion of people with disabilities
  • Promote inclusive hiring with employers in the community

Everyone has something positive to offer to their community. Personal validation, self-esteem and positive social interactions are just some of the benefits that come when one contributes to the collective well-being of a society. We all need to love and be loved. It starts with feeling like a part of ones’ community. 

We dare you to include!

For more information : 

Annual Report 2019

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2017