Meet Todd

The Moving On Program gave him the skills he needed to overcome his brain injury.

His Story

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Todd Marcoux grew up on a grain and cattle farm near Viscount along with his six sisters and six brothers. As a young man, Todd enjoyed playing baseball and hockey, and in 1974, when he was only 14 years old, he moved to Calgary to live with his sister while he played hockey there. Some time later, he moved back to Saskatoon to start a career in construction.

But Todd’s life changed dramatically in December 1980 when the truck he was travelling in hit black ice and collided, head on, with an oncoming vehicle. Todd’s younger brother was killed and Todd sustained very serious injuries.

Todd originally came to Sherbrooke through the Moving On Program, and then joined the Community Day Program in January 2006. Todd says his favourite part of the Community Day Program is the socialization, and all the friends he has made. He is an active participant in the art room, likes to play pool, and has been taking guitar lessons from Sherbrooke’s music therapist Candace.

COVID-19 Updates

Sherbrooke Weekly Update
Central Haven Weekly Update

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – “Suspect” Covid-19 Outbreak in Kinsmen Village – July 27, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – Phase Three Changes – July 9, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Phase Three Changes – July 9, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Step Two of Saskatchewan Re-opening Play – June 14, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – Saskatchewan’s Three Step Re-opening Plan – May 27, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – “Suspect” Covid-19 Outbreak Declared Over – May 27, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Dementia Inclusive Community Committee Update – May 27, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Saskatchewan’s Three Step Re-opening Plan – May 27, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Taking Steps to Bring Back Normalcy in Sherbrooke – May 19, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – Suspect Covid-19 Outbreak at Central Haven – May 17, 2021

Letter to Elders and Families – Elders Leaving the Building – May 13, 2021

Safe Transportation of Elders During Outings – Information Sheet

Expectations of Elders and Families During Day Outings 

FAQ – Vaccination Rate and Family Presence in Long Term Care

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Update on Elders Leaving the Building – April 29, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – Update on Elders Leaving the Building – April 29, 2021

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – New Visitor Restrictions – April 28, 2021

Letter to Central Haven Elders and Families – New Visitor Restrictions – April 28, 2021

Covid-19 Vaccination Appointment Booking Information Sheet

Letter to Sherbrooke Elders and Families – Indoor Visit Guideline Reminders

Map of Outdoor Visit Locations at Sherbrooke

Please check the Sherbrooke or Central Haven Facebook pages or call (306) 655-3659 for the the most up-to-date information.

COVID-19 Precautions

Visitor Restrictions Implemented in Saskatchewan Health Facilities

More information at saskhealthauthority.ca

Saskatchewan Public Health Orders

Saskatchewan State of Emergency

More information at saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus

Welcome to Sherbrooke Community Centre

Ours is a community of people with normal aspirations, dreams and a desire to live life to the fullest.

Saskatoon’s Sherbrooke Community Centre is a warm and welcoming place: there are 263 Residents, 100 Community Day Program Participants, 500 volunteers, families, friends, students, pets, and over 500 staff. Like any small town, ours is a community of people with aspirations, dreams, and a desire to live life to the fullest. At Sherbrooke, Residents work, play, shop, worship, paint, garden, sing, dance, and volunteer. We have many stories to share about our lives, so feel free to stop by for a visit and meet some of the people who call Sherbrooke home. And don’t be surprised if Murphy or Calamity Jane, a couple of the working dogs, tries to wrangle a treat!

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