Family Service Thames Valley’s Community Integration Program (Developmental Services) supports children, adults and their families who have a developmental disability. We help link people to community resources, support planning and advocacy, and provide limited non-financial support.
Empower individuals to live more independent and satisfying lives
Support in navigating community resources
Provide support through crisis and problem-solving to enhance stability and connection to others
Gain understanding of personal rights and responsibilities, while developing self-advocacy skills
Supporting adults who have a developmental disability with community referrals, advocacy, crisis management, life planning, and support through the criminal justice process.
Supporting families who have a child with a developmental disability to link to natural community supports, crisis and case management, and referrals to community services.
Passport Program provides individualized funding to people over the age of 18 with a confirmed developmental disability. This program is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS). Passport funding provides a variety of support options to fit the needs and goals of each person receiving support. It can be used to access community support and participation, caregiver respite, or to hire a support worker.