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Our Mission Statement:  We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the individuals we support with dignity and respect. We promote the rights of all individuals to full inclusion in partnership with our community.

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Independent Living Programs

The SEMI INDEPENDENT LIVING Program (SILP)

Introduction:

  • Semi-Independent Living Program participants either live independently or are working towards this goal. Participants are supported in the community and in their homes so they can build life skills and live as independently as possible. This support includes assistance with every day matters, such as budgeting, grocery shopping, laundry, personal appointments, and communicating with various government agencies.

Referrals:

  • Referrals are made through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

The SELF HELP SKILLS Program (SHS)

Introduction:

  • Self-Help Skills Program participants focus on social skills and recreational activities. Participants engage in person-centered planning to set goals and identify activities to support achieving these goals. Participants receive one-to-one support as they engage in these activities and access the community. The program also offers a cooking class one night a week where participants work through quarterly modules in order to build skills and create a cookbook for personal use.

Referrals:

  • Referrals are made through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

CARF International
Inclusion Parksville is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). To learn more, please visit CARF Canada's website.
Scent Free Zone
Inclusion Parksville is a scent free zone; scented products (may include cologne/perfume, hair products, body sprays and lotions, cleaning products, laundry supplies, highly scented soaps and deodorants) should not be worn or used on the premises.
Anti Bullying
Inclusion Parksville has zero tolerance for bullying. For more informatino on bullying, visit the websites of the Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety or Work Safe BC.

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