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Are you looking for specific professionals to work with your child? In order to access autism funding for children under six, parents must employ professionals who are on the Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP). Search the RASP here. For children over 6 (and for all other professionals that may or may not be listed in the RASP), we hope that our Professionals Directory (below) will help you find who you are looking for.

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Community Connections Support Services

Work 275 Rutland rd Kelowna BC V1X3B1 Work Phone: 250-491-2907Work Phone: 888-491-2907Website: Community Connections
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Biographical Info

Support at Home

Their residential services are designed to meet the unique needs of each of the people that they support that are creative, flexible and community based. They utilize shared contracting, roommate and lifesharing models of support to save costs, enhance services and offer a more choices. Their foremost purpose is to create a warm, welcoming and accessible home for the people they support.

Support to Share Your Home

Their home share co-ordinators match people requiring a welcome and inviting home for full time and respite placements with approved providers. Home Share and Respite provides many benefits, including providing social, recreational and growth opportunities; a break from the caregiver role; an opportunity to enhance other family relationships and an opportunity for people to share their lives with people who need a sensitive and caring person in their lives.

Support in Your Community

Some of the many things that their community support workers help people with are: life skills assistance and development; recreation and leisure skills and community access, awareness and participation. They have many years of experience supporting people to live inclusively in their communities. They use strategies that involve accessing generic community facilities where they exist and assisting people to participate and enjoy a wide variety of experiences in the Kelowna area. Their focus has always been to connect people with their community!

Categories: Central Okanagan, Respite Providers

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Okanagan Family Autism Connection does not interview the professionals or resources listed in this directory, nor do we guarantee anyone's references or qualifications. We highly recommend you do your due diligence and perform a criminal record check as well as confirm references before hiring any person or agency.