Individualized Supports are provided on a one-on-one basis (not group) and can occur in a person’s home or in the community. The type of support provided can focus on skill development, community inclusion or outreach. This service is highly individualized. The person (and sometimes their personal support network) is involved in determining the type of support and where and when the support is provided. Supports respond to the person’s strengths, individuality and changing needs.
To find out more about Individualized Supports, contact Elke Tilgner, Director of Programs