Group Homes with Intervention Services
Provided by: Canadian Deafblind Association - Saskatchewan Chapter Inc.
Operates residential group homes with 24-hour support. Provides a safe and enriched environment that optimizes the individual’s independence and quality of life.
The day programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. There are intervention supports that allow an individual who is deafblind to receive non-distorted information such that they can interact with his or her environment.
The focus of an intervenor is to “Do with, Not For” the individual. An intervenor mediates between the person who is deafblind and their environment to enable them to communicate effectively with, and receive non-distorted information from, the world around them. An intervenor acts as the eyes and ears of the person with deafblindness.
- Community Living Service Delivery sponsored client
- Applicant must be assessed as functionally deafblind
- Only residents of Saskatchewan may apply
- Individual must be able to participate in appropriate activities and programs developed by the organization.
Contact CDBA main office or your community service worker for forms.
Fees approved by Community Living Service Delivery or related government agency.
Canadian Deafblind Association
110 Anderson Crescent
Saskatoon SK S7H 4C2
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