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Adult Residential Services

Our Adult Residential Program provides services for transitional aged youth (TAY). These are youth who are 18 years old, in extended care (formerly known as crown wards), have a developmental disability and who are deemed eligible by Developmental Services Ontario and the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

A referral is made at aged 14 from our Child Protection program to our Adult Residential Services so as a relationship can be established and a plan for adult placement and necessary referrals made. Once the youth turns age 18, Adult Residential Services coordinates the best placement for the young adult. This could include a host family or a group home.

This is a service that is available at age 18 for youth who are crown wards and have a developmental disability and who are deemed eligible by DSO with the Ministry of Community and Social Services