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  1. Housing option for clients with disabilities who are able to live fairly independently. Clients are responsible for the care of their apartment, possess independent living skills, and are responsible to purchase groceries for the preparation of their breakfast...
  2. Housing options for clients with limited independent skills and a dependence on staff support to assist with their daily living needs. Locations across Summerside:Winter Street: Group home with six permanent beds; one accessible bedroom on the first floor and ...
  3. People with intellectual disabilities who live in West Prince can apply for a variety of residential housing services. Supported living is located in Alberton, O'Leary and Tignish. Includes: Supported apartment living Independent living Room and board options ...
  4. Provides two types of housing for people with intellectual disabilities: Group Living: Located in the Montague area. Residents are encouraged to be as independent as possible but have the support of staff when required. Some are small options homes with 2-3 re...
  5. Fully equipped housing complex with units that provide supervised support for high functioning adults with intellectual disabilities.Units are shared between two tenants and have two bedrooms, a bathroom, and kitchenette. There is a shared full kitchen, common...
  6. Provides Islanders in need with financial assistance to help cover the cost of major structural renovations to private homes. Homeowners may receive up to $6,000 to cover eligible renovations to structure, heating, plumbing, and electrical systems or to improv...
  7. Group homes and small option homes for individuals who may require personal care and supports with skills development and daily activities. Located across Queens County, small options homes have up to three residents and group homes have four to six residents....
  8. Opportunities for individuals, families and/or couples to open their home to an adult with an intellectual disability to live together in a warm, home-like family atmosphere while enhancing community involvement and inclusion.Compensation is established throug...