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  1. Adults with intellectual disabilities attend group sessions that focus on teaching/information sessions, role playing, demonstrations, and hands-on participation. Examples of topics covered include: Personal care: hygiene, grooming, appropriate clothing Social...
  2. Provides one-on-one support services to help young adults and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Asperger's accomplish: Post secondary education Self-care/hygiene Independent living skills Social learning Mental health Finding employment Self-advocacy
  3. Day services are offered at two locations in Summerside and are aimed at improving clients' quality of life. Services can include respite, personal care, developing work and employment skills, and developing friendships.Water Street West: Services focus on cli...
  4. DesignAbilityProvided by: March of Dimes Canada - AKA: MODC
    Connects individuals with disabilities and volunteer builders by phone or online to design and manufacture custom assistive devices not found in the market. Assistive devices can be used to overcome barriers to work, play, personal hygiene and other daily acti...
  5. Family SupportProvided by: Prince Edward Island Association for Community Living - AKA: ACL; PEIACL; PEI Association for Community Living
    Provides support and services to families of people living with intellectual disabilities. Includes: Staff visits families to provide information and assess individual needs Helping connect families to services and supports in the community Parent support netw...
  6. Provides health services and education to Special Olympics athletes.Health screenings are provided in eight disciplines: Strong Minds  Special Smiles Opening Eyes Fun Fitness Medfest Fit Feet Healthy Hearing Health PromotionGenerally the screenings take place ...
  7. Hear, Hear PEIProvided by: PEI Senior Citizens' Federation - AKA: Seniors Federations
    Provides new or reconditioned hearing aids to eligible adults on a low income who have no other source of funding (i.e. savings and/or investments) to purchase hearing aids and are unable to obtain assistance elsewhere.
  8. Staff make home visits to assist clients who require support for daily living tasks such as grocery shopping, life skills, coordination services, and more. 
  9. Clients are assigned a worker to assess their unique needs and help develop a case plan to meet those needs. After consultation and assessment, clients are connected with community resources and programs to help with the following types of needs: Community bas...
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