Supported Independent Living
To provide community accommodation services and supports to adults with a developmental disability that promotes social inclusion, individual choice, independence and rights.
- To provide personal support to adults with a developmental disability in supported independent living residences.
- To support the development of a personal Individual Support Plan (ISP) based on the principles self-determination, social inclusion, citizenship and choice and to provide services that are reflective of this plan.
- Services and supports are for persons who reside in Ontario, are at least 18 years of age and have a developmental disability as defined by the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008.
- Individuals served reside in a supported independent living residence – a residence in which one or more persons with developmental disabilities reside alone or with others but independently of family members or of a caregiver, and receive services and supports from the service agency.
Program / Service Features
Specific service provided:
- A residence in which one or more persons with developmental disabilities, Reside alone or with others but independently of family members or of a caregiver; and Receive services and supports from the service agency.
- Supports for activities of daily living such as assisting a person with personal hygiene, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, administration of medication, and includes training related to money management, banking, using public transportation and other life skills.