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Learn if you are eligible for the Saskatchewan Home Repair Program - Adaptation for Independence Program and how to apply.
Learn about the eligibility requirements and responsibilities of the Individualized Funding Program.
Apply for support services and benefits for individuals with cognitive disabilities who have significant behavioural and developmental challenges.
Find more information about the many supports and services available to people living with disabilities.
Housing and Support programs for people with intellectual disabilities.
The Approved Private Service Home (APSH)program provides a certified residential family setting for individuals 18 years and older with intellectual disabilities.
Individuals may apply for income support to help with living costs or costs related to the impact of a disability.
The Workforce Development for Persons with Disabilities (WFD-PD) program provides funding to assist individuals in preparing for, finding, and maintaining a job. Support includes training, skills assessments, job coaching, and costs for a variety of education and training programs.
Identify and resolve issues of concern with provincial ministries and the disability community.
Families with low-to-moderate income, and individuals with disabilities may receive financial assistance to access quality and affordable rental housing.
Find more information about benefits and objectives of the Saskatchewan Aids to independent Living program.
Help shape the future for people with disabilities in Saskatchewan. Join the conversation on Facebook, or send us a written submission. Your feedback will help make life better for people with disabilities in our province.
The Family Respite Program provides a temporary or short-term break from the daily responsibilities of care-giving for parents and guardians of children with intellectual disabilities.
Information related to the changes occurring at Valley View Centre (VVC) in Moose Jaw and the transition for people living at Valley View Centre into their community of choice.
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