SUPPORTED INDEPENDENT LIVING 

Supported Independent Living adults with an intellectual disability to live in their own homes or apartments in the community while receiving the assistance and support required.

The program can assist in finding suitable accommodation and guide the individual through the red tape of the lease and establishing utility services.

 

Assistance and support is provided for budgeting, meal planning, shopping, cooking, housekeeping, and coordination of medical care on an individual basis. Some individuals will require ongoing support while others may only require a few months orientation.

 

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Supported Independent Living,

please contact:

 

Suzanne Fournier
Manager of Child

& Transitional Services

sfournier@clts.ca

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