Community Participation Program

Supports are designed to help adults living with a developmental/intellectual disability participate in meaningful leisure, recreational and community activities, volunteering, life skills and employment opportunities. These activities are to assist the individual to build relationships and make meaningful connections in the community. The goal is to achieve personal growth and develop relationships with others.

Our Services

Specialized/Clinical Services

A variety of specialized services are available for both children and adults. These include; Psychological Services, Behavioural Services, Social Work Services, Psychiatric Clinic, Child Psychotherapy and Play Therapy as well as Occupational Therapy (OT)

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Residential Services

Short-term treatment is provided to individuals with a developmental/intellectual disability and/or dual diagnosis who are experiencing personal difficulty, or require a behavioral, adaptive, or medication review/assessment.

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Community Participation Supports

Supports are designed to provide adults living with a developmental/intellectual disability with meaningful leisure, recreational and community outings.

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Passports is an individualized funded program that helps adults 18 years or older to participate in their communities.

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Housing and Program Initiative

Enhanced Supported Independent Living is designed for adults with developmental disabilities who require high levels of supports and have a high Hi level of individualized funding

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Host Family / Family Home

Family Home expands the range of residential options available in the community and allows individual needs to be met in a more flexible and personal manner.

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The Distress Centre

The Distress Centre provides a confidential crisis telephone service to anyone in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville needing support and assistance.

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Snoezelen is a concept in which an indoor environment is created mainly to produce gentle relaxation, security and comfort by using controllable stimuli.

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Student Awards

Three student awards are available to a first year student pursueing a career related to the field of developmental disabilities.

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