What We do

Customized Employment

A new approach in creating employment opportunities for people who have a disability.



What is Customized Employment?

Customized Employment (CE)will minimize practices that compare individuals with disabilities to others in the workplace. CE will conduct non-traditional employment processes that will match individuals who have a disability with community employers.

Job proposals can be casual, term, piecework, part-time or permanent in nature, depending on the needs of the employer.

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24 Hour Supports

Support and services offered for the intellectually disabled who have intensive supervision needs.

Supported Independent Living

Support for those intellectually disabled who don't need constant supervision.

Employment Supports

Supported employment geared towards readying the intellectually disabled for a life of work in the field that suits their needs the best, be it competitive or not.

Customized Employment 

A new approach in creating employment opportunities for people who have a disability.

Service Eligibility

To be eligible for services, an individual must have a disabling condition that produces either an impairment of motor, cognitive, emotional, sensory function, or health, and which limits his or her ability to live independently in the community. Eligibility is determined by an external process through the Ministry of Community and Social Services.

Technology/Clinical Access Coordination

Uses of available technologies to assist the intellectually disabled in everything from leisure to support groups.

Transitional Services

A service offered to young adults and their families to assist with the development of an Essential Lifestyle Plan. Ideally planning should begin at the end of elementary school.

  • Community Living Ontario
  • Canadian Association for Community Living
  • Ministry of Community and Social Services