March of Dimes Acquired Brain Injury Services believes in addressing all aspects of independence including its cognitive, emotional, social, physical, spiritual and behavioural components as part of the disability management programs that MODC provides to clients.
As part of building that independence, March of Dimes provides supportive housing programs on a fee-for-service basis, as well as on a funded supportive housing programs for those who qualify, in communities across Ontario.
Residents live independently within a supported apartment complex, with access to around the clock attendant care, rehabilitation services and a team of highly qualified, on-site staff who work with regulated healthcare professionals to provide service in the areas of:
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Medical Professionals/Specialists
Combining the privacy of individual units with a community of peers, residents are encouraged to connect with neighbors and integrate into a supportive network.
Following disability management best practices, March of Dimes maximizes your funding by utilizing shared staffing resources. Should the funding for an individual’s care end, March of Dimes can support a smooth transition into programs funded by the Local Health Integrated Networks.
Supportive Housing Programs in your community
To locate a March of Dimes Supportive Housing Program in your community, or find out more about March of Dimes Acquired Brain Injury funded services, call us now toll free at 1-800-263-3463 or email email@example.com.
Residential Services (Group Homes)
In communities across Ontario, March of Dimes Acquired Brain Injury Services offers residential services for individuals with high care needs on a fee-for-service basis, as well as on a funded basis for those who qualify.
Twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week, trained rehabilitation workers provide the highest quality of care while ensuring the safety of clients based on unique needs.
In order to maximize the success of each resident, service focuses on real-life, functional goals to facilitate the transition into independent living. The real-life components of the disability management program provide obtainable goals for each resident, and built upon each other to achieve greater independence and enjoyment in their surroundings.
Our staff provides compensatory strategies and education to address the unique rehabilitation goals of each individual, including:
- Behavioural/Emotional Management
- Activities of Daily Living
- Cognitive Remediation
- Physical Therapy
- Financial Management
- Recreation and Leisure
- Social Networking
- Vocational reintegration
- Education reintegration
- Family education
Contact us for more Information
For more information about Residential Services (Group Homes) contact us toll free at 1-800-263-3463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
York University Supportive Housing Program
In conjunction with York University Housing and Disabilities Services, March of Dimes offers a supportive housing program at York University on a fee-for-service basis, as well as on a funded bases for those who qualify.
This program provides any person living with a disability, including but not limited to an acquired brain injury, to live as independently as possible during his or her higher educational experience.
March of Dimes staff provides 24-hour care for students living in the supportive housing program. Attendants provide assistance with daily living skills in a variety of locations, including the individual’s home, hospital, workplace and school.
Contact us for more Information
For more information about the York University Supportive Housing Program contact us toll free at 1-800-263-3463 or email email@example.com