We have residences in Vancouver and Richmond that are designed and supported with the individuals’ needs in mind. We provide varying levels of support based on the unique needs of individuals.
We have residences across Vancouver and Richmond, each with a unique culture and supports specific to the individuals who live there. Residential services accommodate a diverse population of adults through site-specific environmental design, personalized supports targeting identified areas of need, and comprehensive support staff training. Staffing is provided on a 24 hour, 7 day a week model, with the level of intensity varying with needs.
For more information, please contact us at 604-273-9778, Danielle White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residents live alone (or as a couple) in an apartment that they own or rent themselves. Residents receive ongoing or occasional support in financial management, health and nutrition, relationship building, and developing strong links with people in their community. A team of Life Skills Workers provide outreach throughout the week.
For more information, please contact Deanne Ziebart at 604-273-9778 or email@example.com.
Individuals share a family home, suite or share an apartment with a roommate. Individuals receive ongoing or occasional support from home share providers, or roommates in financial management, health and nutrition, relationship building, and developing strong links with people in their community. Support varies depending on the needs of the individual.
For more information, please contact Terry Schenkel at 604-273-9778 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Developmental Disabilities Association’s adult day programs consist of recreational, social, educational and behavioral skills training for individuals with developmental disabilities.
We have five centres in Vancouver. Individuals in our programs gain greater independence and quality of life through participation in community-based social, recreational and vocational activities.
Each client is assisted by program staff to develop a personalized program of activities that reflect his or her needs and preferences.
All day programs are currently full and funded spaces require a referral from CLBC. Depending on suitability, we can also customize a program for those with private funding.
For more information, please contact Jackie at 604-273-9778 or JLanz@develop.bc.ca.
For the Vancouver CLBC Office please call 604-660-3323 or email email@example.com.
For the Richmond CLBC Office please call 604-660-2100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the Drop-In, individuals participate in activities of their choice. Each day a variety of activities are offered, ranging from one to four hours in length for semi-independent adults who live with families or on their own. Evening and weekend activities are offered on a first come first served basis. Please note all Drop-in Events are not open to the public and are only available for clients who have registered with DDA. For more information, please call 604-322-0052.
Examples of Drop-In activities include:
All Main Street Drop-in Events are not open to the public and only available for clients who have registered with DDA. For more information, please call 604-322-0052.
The Holiday Options Program provides an opportunity for adults (ages 18+) to participate in a variety of summer excursions with guidance from our supportive and caring staff.
Day trips may include taking a paddle-wheeler up the Fraser River, dining aboard a cruise boat and other recreational activities. Out-of-town trips explore popular vacation sites in British Columbia and may feature far away destinations such as Alaska. Each trip begins and ends with the same goal: to provide fun, memorable, and inclusive group experiences for individuals with developmental disabilities.
The program operates June through August.
For more information, please contact the Holiday Option’s program manager at 604-321-4745 or HolidayOptions@develop.bc.ca.