Community Living Supports: The Association currently supports 72 adults who live in the community, and provides varying degrees of assistance tailored to individual needs through Individual Living Supports or Associate Living Supports. Click here to learn more.
Community Participation Supports: The Association offers employment support to people who may have been excluded from the competitive workforce and assists them in securing real work for real pay. We also help them participate in the community through volunteerism, leisure and recreation activities. Click here to learn more.
Special Services At Home: Special Services at Home is a provincially funded program to help families hire an independent worker to provide support to a relative living at home who has an intellectual disability. Click here to learn more.
Community Respite: Respite Supports provide relief for primary care givers and the people they support. In-home respite is also provided for adults (18 years or older). Respite provides an excellent opportunity for individuals to increase their participation in the community. Click here to learn more.