Accessible transit's main objective is to encourage the social, educational and professional integration of individuals with reduced autonomy or living with a disability that does not allow them to use public transit. Its priority clients are individuals living with a disability in order to offer them a degree of mobility and autonomy available to the general public. Info: 877.7900
Offered to individuals with special needs who have independence abilities and who have the mobility to participate in a variety of group excursions. Info: 877.7900
Intersocial Program excursions include a variety of activities that take place from approximately 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
To commemorate Disability Awareness Week, the City of Dieppe will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to a resident living with a disability. The recipient must be a post-secondary student or plan on being a post-secondary student in the fall.
Disability Awareness Week was established to promote better community access for people with disabilities. This week usually takes place at the end of May - beginning of June.