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Organization: Kenora Association for Community Living - Administration and Finance  
Phone Numbers: 807-467-5225
Fax: 807-467-5247
Email: info@kacl.ca
Website: www.kacl.ca
Address:
501 Eighth Ave S
Kenora, ON
P9N 3Z9
Intersection: Eighth Ave S and Fifth St S
Location: Central Office is located near the A & W Restaurant
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Executives: Deborah Everley - Executive Director
807-467-5251 * debbie.everley@kacl.ca
David Dutka - Director, Finance and Administration
807-467-5205
Service Description: Provides programs and services to meet the needs of individuals of all ages with an intellectual and/or developmental disability

Located at Eighth Ave S near Fifth St S

Provides programs and services to meet the needs of individuals of all ages with an intellectual and/or developmental disability
Provides the following programs:
  • Children's Services
  • Children's Services, Child and Youth Program
  • Children's Services, Infant Development Program
  • Community Mental Health Support Services
  • Community Mental Health Support Services, Wellness Project
  • Community Mental Health Support Services, Housing Subsidy Program
  • Kid's Zone Childcare Services
  • Options for Adults Program, 24 Hour Intensive Support Residences
  • Options for Adults Program, Enriched Supported Independent Living
  • Options for Adults Program, Host Family
  • Options for Adults Program, Community Participation Services and Supports
Individual Support Plan (ISP)
  • Identifies what individuals needs and wants are in relation to life in general (assistance from family requested)
  • Identifies individual’s personal, educational, vocational, medical, and safety support needs in relation to wants
  • Connects and supports individuals in accessing resources to meet identified needs and wants of the individual
Transitional Services
  • Provides support to youth with developmental disabilities to create a life plan for the transition to life after graduating from high school
  • Assists with various applications such as housing, passport, special services and Ontario Disability Support Pension
  • Offers guidance for accessing further education, employment and training opportunities and community resources
  • Advocates on behalf of the family and individual

Fees: Program - See individual programs * None
Application: Apply through Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) for adult services
(1-855-376-6673)
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals with an intellectual and/or developmental disability

Transitional Services

Individuals graduating from high school; support can begin anytime during school years
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Kenora District
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on June 6, 2016

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