Service: Individual and Family Directed Supports
|Record #: CHK0110||Last Modified: 02 Aug 2016||Last Full Update: 28 Jul 2016|
|Toll Free Phone||1-800-620-4425|
|Primary Contact||JoAnn McKay, Manager, Quality Assurance, Learning and Practice; Phone: 519-627-0777 ext 2109; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||Jackie Vanderlinden, Executive Administrative Assistant; Phone: ext 2505; Email: Jackie@getintocommunityliving.com|
|Description and Service Details|
|Description (Service)||Special Services at Home - is a provincial program that helps children and youth with an intellectual disabilty, and children with a physical disability and their families or guardians by paying for special services they need to live at home and to enjoy learning and participating in the community. Funds can be used to teach new skills or abilities and to provide respite support to the family or guardian.
Passport - assists adults with a developmental disabilty and their families or guardians to organize meaningful, individual and group activities that respond to the needs and aspirations of those supported and purchasing services through this program.
Family Managed Respite - enables a wide range of self-directed funding providing family members or guaridans with an opportunity to have periodic breaks from the daily responsibility of caregiving.
Out of Home Respite - extends funding for families or guardians to purchase planned and coordinated respite supports for their children with complex multiple needs. Out of Home Respite is a respite service provided in any location outside the family's home.
Specialized Respite Support - provides families or guardians with children or youth who have exceptional social, emotional and behavioural needs with opportunities to plan periodic breaks from caregiving.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Respite Support - offers a flexible mechanism to families or guardians caring for children and youth who have a diagnosis within the Autism Spectrum Disorder, to receive temporary relief from the physical and emotional demands involved with caring for children diagnosed with ASD.
|Hours||Mon - Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm|
|Areas Served||Chatham-Kent ; Wallaceburg|
|Eligibility||children with disabilities and their families|
|Application||Applications are processed through Developmental Services Ontario|
|Languages||English ; French - translation available upon request|
|Fees||Service ; Fee assistance available for SSAH ; assistance is provided by MCSS.|
|Primary Executive||Deborah Hook, Executive Director; Phone: 519-627-0777 ext 2555; Email: email@example.com|
|Alternate Executive||Joanne Mason, Director of Operations; Phone: ext 2557; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Funding||Provincial - MCSS ; Fundraising ; Donations ; Fees - Service|
|Located In Community||Wallaceburg|
|Address & Map||
939 Dufferin Ave
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 2V7
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|Intersection||Dufferin Ave and Selkirk St|
|Mailing Address||c/o Community Living Wallaceburg
1100 Dufferin Ave
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 2W1
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible ; Designated Parking; Accessible Entrance; Accessible Washroom; Ramp|