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The Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba proudly launches the housing initiative,
Neighbours looking out for Neighbours …
Please fill out the anonymous Survey ...
Tell us how you want to live!
Want to learn more
about CoHabit?
CoHabit will be building a universal designed communal home for 120 adults with physical disabilities.
CoHabit will use an enriched living model and assist the “Neighbours” who live there to have equitable access to individualized person-centred care.
CoHabit will ensure that each individual living and working within CoHabit will be supportive and respectful of each other.
CoHabit Neighbours will have ...
  • A mindset where everyone looks out for each other and contributes to the home environment.
  • The responsibility to self-direct their own care and manage decision making to participate meaningfully in daily living.
  • Opportunities for supported employment, skill development, health and wellness, social events, and leisure activities through a variety of programs.
Proposed location: Southwood Circle next to the University of Manitoba Fort Gary Campus.
Variety of living spaces available (click on image for larger view):
  • Shared dining
  • Social hub
  • Therapeutic area
  • Active living area
  • Quiet area
  • Outdoor area
“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” — Maya Angelou
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Our Mission
To create a home and community where people with physical disabilities will manage their own decision-making and be supported to participate meaningfully in their daily lives.
Contact Us
CPMB CoHabit
Margy Nelson, Special Projects Director
Shelley Betton, Special Projects
Kelsy Wold, Project Assistant
Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba Inc.
903 - 213 Notre Dame Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 1N3
Phone: (204) 982-4842 | Fax: (204) 982-4844
Toll-Free: 1-800-416-6166 (Manitoba Only)
Registered Charity #10690 4212 RR0001