Services and Programs
Clinical and Educational Services
Our Clinical and Educational Services (CES) provide therapeutic interventions and learning opportunities for members to help them acquire new skills and develop the abilities to live with a sense of well-being and support for the achievement of their life goals. Training is also offered to Direct Support Professionals and sector related agencies to keep pace with evolving best practices and to better serve a variety of specialized populations.
- Clinical services: Consultation, life skills and community living training/ classes, including our innovative Learning You Program provided in our Day Programs.
- From Trauma to Trust: A new therapy clinic for adults with intellectual disabilities who have endured trauma from life experiences, institutionalization, and loss or grief.
- Educational services: Using evidence -based approaches, knowledge and skills are broadly shared within the sector, across the country and around the world.
- The International Journal for Direct Support Professionals: Provides practical information in an accessible format in English, French and Spanish.
Pre-planned, short-term breaks for family members who provide daily support for family members 16 years of age or older.
- March Break and Summer Programs
- Vacation / Holiday Respite Programs
- Day, weekend, and overnight respite services
Short- and long-term treatment programs available as well as post treatment supports for adults with complex behavioural needs and/or a dual diagnosis to enable them to live as safely and productively as possible in their communities.
Program supports individuals who might be transitioning from their family home, homelessness, other types of treatment, hospitalization, and/or may be experiencing changing needs.
- Transitional Treatment Services and Complex Behaviour Treatment Program
- Transitional Specialized Program
- Permanent Treatment Services: Prader-Willi Syndrome treatment program and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) treatment program
CPS offers educational and experiential learning opportunities aimed at empowering people to create meaningful connections and friendships while developing life, leisure and employment skills.
Our dedicated staff work with the Clinical Services and each member to maximize the individual’s input into their own day. Services are designed to support independence, self-advocacy and community inclusion. Services are designed to support independence, self-advocacy and community inclusion.
- 7 Community Participation Programs across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
- Monday to Friday Service
- Group and 1:1 approaches that build on individual strengths and interests based on choices and opportunities
- Annual goal-setting and evaluation to promote independence and choices while providing members with skills to complete tasks as independently as possible
- Social, communication, life skills, job readiness skills: swimming, bowling, library, computer lab, and day trips to various locations in and around the GTA.