Adult Services

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Covid-19 Update: Resumption of family & friends visits in congregate settings.

Family and friends are now able to contact the relevant residential location to book a visit with their family members/friends in congregate living setting, as per the following Ministry of Children, Community Social Services’ requirements:

• The location can not be in an outbreak
• You must contact the relevant residential home and schedule your appointment
• The visits must be in a designated area that allows a minimum of 2 metres/6 feet physical distance
• Visits are not to exceed 60 minutes and a maximum of 2 visitors can visit at a time
• Staff availability is required for all visits
• If you plan to bring any gifts, you must inform the Staff in advance to confirm suitability. Staff will approve of gifts that can be easily cleaned and disinfected (e.g. hard surfaces, original packaging)
• The process when you arrive for the visit and during the visit will include: sanitizing hands, wearing a face mask (we’ll have some at the house if you don’t have your own), passing an active screening assessment, maintaining physical distancing and practicing respiratory etiquette
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Accommodation Services

Accommodation Services provides a range of supports for adults with a developmental disability through the Supported Independent Living Program and the Residential Services Program. Individualized assistance may be provided for daily living skills, social and recreational involvement and accommodation search. Adult Services regularly liaises with other agencies and services to share information and resources in order to best support individuals served by the programs.
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Respite & Community Supports

Respite and Community Supports is closed until November 16, 2020, with further assessment prior to that date.
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Employment Support Program

The Agency’s philosophy is for individuals to be employed in paid positions and receive a competitive wage. Through employment and volunteerism people can experience the benefits of being a participating member of the community. The Employment Support Program provides free assistance (job coaching) to adults with a developmental disability to learn and carry out the responsibilities associated with competitive employment and/or volunteer work. Staff are skilled at developing individual training. The Employment Support Program does not actively seek out employment, as there are community services which provide such services.