- Community Participation Supports
- Employment Services
- Accommodation Supports
- Supported Independent Living
- Respite Supports (In & Out of Home)
- Access Services
- Personal Outcomes Planning
- Family Home Program
- Enhanced Special Services
People in the community who would like to share their lives and home with a person who has an intellectual disability in a safe, supportive, and caring living environment. This partnership provides a person with an intellectual disability a nurturing family environment within which they can live, learn, grow, and become an active participant in their community.
Both single adults and families are eligible to participate in the Family Home Program. They must demonstrate the ability to meet the needs of the person requiring support, and are willing to learn the required new skills. Family Home Providers take part in orientation and on-going training as outlined in the service agreement and Agency’s policy and procedures.
To ensure the safety and well-being of the person to be supported, all potential Family Home Providers must undergo a thorough home study process. The agency approves the Family Home Providers based on their suitability, skills and capabilities to provide optimal care and support to the specific needs of the person requiring support.
The home study process will include:
If you have passport dollars or personal funds to purchase services, contact Shelbey Pillon, Manager, Planning and Technology Supports at 519-776-6483 ext. 279 or firstname.lastname@example.org.