Our Home STEP Training program supports adults who have a developmental disability, and who will require supported living, to learn life skills and how to share space to live with increased confidence and independence.
Single Room Fees
Home STEP Training Month $8,600
Home STEP Trial Week $2,600
Please note: Totals spots are limited, with 6 participants per week. Respite weeks are available weekly and year-round, but may be limited during summer season.
We prepare individuals to live in a home with non-family caregivers who can provide them with care, support and supervision.
This program is informed by the strong belief that people who have a developmental disability are members of the community and that their independence, dignity and right to self-determination must be respected and fostered.
The overriding goals of the Program are to:
• provide a safe and secure place where adults with developmental disabilities can learn to live in a family-home setting
• promote a high quality of life
• support community involvement, social inclusion, individual choice, independence and rights and responsibilities
Book an appointment with our program coordinator as soon as possible.
Program, course and cost details available online.
1ST OF MARCH
Program information sessions begin.
1ST OF APRIL
$1,000 deposit due. Early bird discount deadline.
Remaining fees due
Pre-Summer Orientation (PSO).
Summer of Discovery !
This program is a 7 days program, that simulates independent living in a Supported Living environment. Participants take part in recreation, leisure, work and social activities. Participants are assessed on their abilities to make informed choices, share space and share resources. Participant share space and resources with one other person in a 2:1 participant to staff ratio. Food, travel and activity fees included.
SUMMER ONE WEEK SESSIONS
FALL ONE WEEK SESSIONS
This program is a 28 days program, that simulates independent living in a Supported Living environment. Participants typically take part in recreation, leisure, work and social activities. There is an emphasis placed on choice making, life skills training and sharing resources. Participant share space and resources with one other person in a 2:1 participant to staff ratio. Food, travel and activity fees included.
Home STEP Program Features:
A focus is placed on learning how to:
FALL 4 WEEK SESSIONS
The facilitators meets regularly with an adult who has a developmental disability to:
1105 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M6H 1B4, Canada