Being a powerful voice for inclusion since 1954.

Supporting more than 600 children, youth, and adults with developmental needs and their families.

Other services we offer:

Children, Youth and Family Services

Employment Services

Passport Services

Accommodation Services

Other Initiatives

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    Adult Services

    Our adult services encompass a wide range of support programs and resources tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals as they navigate various aspects of adult life, promoting independence, inclusion, and overall well-being.

    Community & Day Supports

    Adults are supported to achieve personal goals related to activities of daily living and community participation. These supports provide a variety of options whereby adults can participate in planned activities that focus on community participation, life skills, volunteer and cooperative work, socialization and/or leisure.


    The Passport program supports adults with developmental disabilities to actively engage in their communities and enhance their independence. It offers funding for community participation services, activities of daily living, person-directed planning, caregiver respite services, and support for primary caregivers. Participants have the option to receive funding directly or access services through community-based agencies like Community Living Owen Sound and District.

    Supported Living Options

    Accommodation Services

    Independent Living
    Adults who live independent of their family receive in-home support from staff to help manage their daily living routines.

    Host Family
    Adults live with a family or individual who provides contracted supports. Typically, there is a support “per diem” paid as well as rent or room and board.

    Supported Group Living Service
    Association staff provide individuals with residential support up to 24 hours per day in a limited number of homes and locations. Typically, 3 to 4 individuals live at each home.