Bethesda Services Handbook for Families of People with Intellectual Disabilities
Bethesda has put together a Services Handbook for Families of People with Intellectual Disabilities. The Handbook is filled with information about Bethesda, have a look here..........
If you would like a Printed copy of the Handbook email us at Life@Bethesdabc.com
FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Often described as "whatever it takes", family support services are offered to individuals and their families who are living with the challenges of a disability.
These services include:
Staffed Residential care in homes in typical neighbourhoods.
Individuals live and participate in their communities.
Individuals enjoy a variety of activities that include opportunities for building positive relationships, life skills training, employment or volunteer activities, and utilizing resources in the community to meet needs and provide enjoyment.
SUPPORTED INDEPENDENT LIVING
One on One support for individuals who live on their own but would like extra help with life skills and social connections.
Home Share Providers open their homes to welcome a person with a disability and provide care for the individual in a typical home setting.
Support services are provided to individuals and employers to develop positive employment relationships.
SUMMER DAY CAMPS
Eight weeks of day time adventures are offered to children with disabilities. Campers may apply for up to 3 days per week of camp time throughout July and August.
Camp Bethesda is a one week fun, recreational and faith enriching vacation time in August offered to adults with disabilities.
Excursions are offered to adults who participate in Bethesda's Supported Independent Living Services or Family Support Services.