Mainstream offers services to promote independence and develop skills for Niagara individuals with Passport Funding through the Ministry of Community & Social Services.
About the Passport Program
We work with individuals to create an individualized plan to best support personal goals with a person-centred approach.
We offer a wide range of supports to help individuals utilize the funding they receive.
Passport is a program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability to participate in their communities.
The key goals are:
- To promote independence by developing skills and increasing abilities
- Increase participation in the community
- Promote social inclusion and broaden social relationships
Passport provides funding for services and supports so adults with a developmental disability can:
- Take part in community classes or recreational programs
- Develop work, volunteer and daily life skills
- Hire a support worker
- Create their own person-centred plans to reach their goals
- Get temporary respite for their caregivers
- Centred based day program support
- Individualized Support
- Accounting Support
Person Centred planning and goal identification are central to each type of support.
For more detailed information on these services see our Passport Information Sheet
Contact Us About The Passport Program
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