Our Services

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Outreach

We provide high quality one-on-one professional support in the community or within our client's homes.

These services are based on the concepts maximizing the promotion of individual growth, freedoms, and independence.

Areas of support include but are not limited to; home organization and safety, healthy living supports, nutrition and exercise, community safety and inclusion, accessing medical appointments and more.

Community Inclusion

We promote a full authentic life for the people we support.

We assist individuals to participate in the community, whether it be by assisting them to make friends, or by going where they want to go and doing what they like to do.

Staff provide a variety of outings in the community for clients such as swimming, bowling, visits to parks, and to local businesses.

Time Well Spent 

We offer our clients an opportunity to spend some quality one-on-one time with a support worker in their home or in their community.

The main focus of this program is companionship while building and maintaining professional relationships.

This program is offered out of the Parksville/Qualicum Beach area from the main office in Nanaimo to adult individuals with developmental disabilities.

Residential Support 

This program provides client care in one of our community residences.

The program offers one-on-one support when needed as well as a structured, safe environment for our clients while promoting self-independence and routine.

Supported Work Program

The Supported Work program empowers individuals to work independently through focused designated training support. We assist individuals in gaining a position of their choice that suits their skills and abilities. We support individuals with work experience placements in order to build their employ-ability skills.

Support for our clients includes: job preparation and pre-employment training, resume building, job search strategies, interview skills, and on-site job coaching with our employment specialists.

Brain Injury Program

The Brain Injury program is a task specific support service which focuses on assisting clients to plan for and perform instrumental activities for daily living (IADL) to promote or maintain independence and/or independent living. These services are categorized under Tenant Supports, IADL supports and Transitional supports.

Areas of support include but are not limited to; home organization and safety, healthy living supports, nutrition and exercise, community safety and inclusion, accessing medical appointments and more.