Feb 25, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
"They have a lot of complex needs that will be difficult to care for in small environments," Luterbach said
Luterbach said many of the residents who could be placed in community-based homes already have been over the past decade, and the ones that remain need significant care.
She said she worries some of the remaining residents might end up in long-term care facilities after Valley View is gone.
for mentally disabled : The Saskatchewan government has announced it will close one of the few remaining large facilities in Canada for housing them ...
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