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Welcome to The Trudeau Center

The Trudeau Center has been a Warwick landmark since the early 1960's. We were born out of a necessity and belief that people with disabilities should be allowed full citizenship within their own communities. Arthur & Evelyn Trudeau along with a legion of supporters tirelessly sought to create services such as special education, recreation, and vocational training.

Today our comprehensive services include Early Intervention, Pathways Strategic Teaching Center's school for children with autism, enhancement of daily living skills and community participation through Community Support Services & Home Based Children Services, assorted work opportunities through Day Habilitation & Supported Employment, choices of where to live in Residential & Community Living, Recreation & Leisure Services, & Respite and Family Support ensure our commitment to family involvement & participation.

Mission

Mission

Our mission is to promote an enhanced quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Vision

Vision

We envision a diverse community where all people are valued, safe, and treated with dignity, respect, and equality. In this community, all people have access to resources to enable them to lead productive lives; have opportunities to learn, grow, and achieve; and have opportunities for self-expression. In this community, there is mutual responsibility between the community and the individual; all contribute to the common good and each individual's potential is realized.

Values

Values

We seek to serve the community with compassion and respect, offering efficient, effective, and affordable services. We welcome and actively seek out preferences and information from our participants concerning their needs. To achieve the Agency's vision, we believe that we must be accessible and responsive to the diverse people we serve.

Trudeau Tigers Fundraiser featuring Stumbling Murphy

Inclement Weather and Emergency Closing Notice Reminders

As winter and the threat of inclement weather approaches, I'd like to remind you to use your personal judgment as to whether road conditions around your local area are safe for travel. Adjust your commute accordingly. Put "Safety First."
Should inclement weather result in the Trudeau Center's closing for any portion of regularly scheduled services, announcements will be made on both local radio and television stations listed below. Trudeau Center closings are based on an independent assessment of weather conditions, our ability to provide services and in consideration of the highest regard for the safety of all.

We are listed under:Inclement Weather
  • RI Private Schools - J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center
  • RI Private Schools – Pathways Strategic Teaching Center
  • Pre-Schools/Daycare – Crayons Early Care & Education
Emergency Closings will be announced on the following RI Broadcasting Association stations:
WPRI TV – Channel 12, WJAR – Channel 10, WLNE – Channel 6, WNAC – Channel 64, WHJJ 920 AM, WHJY 94.1 FM, WBRU 95.5 FM, HOT 106 FM, Cat Country 98.1 FM, Liferock 105 FM, WCRI 95.9, WPRO 630 FM, WWBB101 FM, WSNE 93.3 FM, 92 PRO FM, WEEI 103.7 FM, 93.3 Coast FM, B101 FM, WLKW 1450 AM

You can sign up to be notified if the Trudeau Center is closed due to inclement weather through a text message from The Rhode Island Broadcasting Center sent to your mobile phone or email. You should update your subscription to this service every year.

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http://my.textcaster.com »