Community Inclusion services support individuals in the areas of employment, education, community access, leisure, recreation and life skills training. Each activity is catered to support the unique requirements of each participant. Service times are determined individually.
To be referred into a Community Inclusion program, you must first meet with a CLBC facilitator.
Individualized service is designed for participants who have complex support requirements. This service is available on-site or through the person’s home. Customized day supports are also available to those living in staffed residences.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Community Outreach and support services offer a variety of customized support programs, based on an individuals needs. Support schedule and service type are determined on an individual basis. Services Include:
- COMMUNITY LIFE SKILLS
A customized support program designed to assist adults in working towards greater independent living. Areas assisted include but are not limited to: community and personal safety, money management, transportation training.
- SERVICES TO AGING PARENTS
A support service specifically designed for those individuals who reside with their aging parents. This services is aimed to provide intervals of respite, typically during the week.
- HOME SUPPORT SERVICES
This service is available to individuals who continue to reside at home with their parents or primary caregivers. Individuals typically do not receive daytime support and desire supported community access. Support services are typically scheduled during the week, schedule and type are determined individually.
- PERSONAL SUPPORT INITIATIVE (PSI)
PSI provides an individualized approach to supporting adults without intellectual disabilities such as those diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and/or Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). The Personal Support Initiative coordinates the individual's existing community supports to help maintain or increase independence. PSI augments, rather than replaces, existing support. We assist in areas such as skill development, living, employment, respite for caretakers/homemakers and the development of support networks.
“I believe the support is genuine and the approach is thoughtful and respectful.” -Family member