Preparing to Access CLBC Supports
Learn how early preparation and planning can help create a more smooth transition to adulthood when youth with special needs can begin accessing CLBC supports.
The Welcome and Planning Process
Once you have been confirmed eligible, a facilitator will provide information about CLBC and help you explore CLBC and community services that support your goals.
Connecting to Community Supports
CLBC can support you to find ways to share your strengths and connect with your community in ways that make sense for you.
For many people, have a job is an important part of having a good life. Learn how CLBC help you explore different employment options.
Community Inclusion support
Community inclusion support can help people be more involved in community, grow and develop skills, which can enhance their quality of life.
CLBC funds different types of residential support called supported living, shared living and staffed residential that provide support where people live.
Behaviour support addresses behaviours by working with a person and those around them to replace the behaviour with positive social or communication skills.
Respite for Families
Respite support provides time when your family member’s needs will be met, allowing you to use that time for yourself as you choose.
Provincial Assessment Centre
The Provincial Assessment Centre provides multi-disciplinary mental health services for individuals 14 and older with a developmental disability and concurrent mental illness or behaviour issue.
Other Government Support
If you are eligible for, or exploring CLBC supports, a number of other government agencies, organizations and ministries may also be able to assist you.