The Agency provides staffed residential supports and day alternatives for adults in group/individualized rural and urban setting(s). The Residential Support Program provides 24 hour care to Individuals with developmental disabilities, including mental health issues, autistic tendencies and/or behavioural concerns. Individuals accessing services present with intense needs and require close supervision to monitor their personal safety and well-being.
Services provided within the program include a home environment. Individuals are engaged in varied on-site and community activities dependent upon their interests, ability and as identified through individual service plans. These plans are developed for each Individual in a team approach including the Individual, family/guardians, staff, relevant professionals and support networks. Focus of supports is primarily on addressing the Individuals needs for safety and participation in community access at their level of preparedness. As most of the Individuals in need of these services require supports beyond the capacity of traditional day programs, the program strives to provide meaningful day activities tailored to the Individuals capabilities.