Community Living disABILITY Services (CLDS) (formerly the Supported Living Program) offers a range of day and residential services aimed at providing adults with a mental disability, defined as significantly impaired intellectual functioning existing concurrently with impaired adaptive behaviour and manifested prior to the age of 18 years, but excludes mental disability due exclusively to a mental disorder as defined in section 1 of The Mental Health Act. The program provides the opportunity for independence in a community setting to the extent possible for each individual. CLDS supports that are potentially available include residential services, day services and related support services. To learn more, contact you regional Family Services office. In Winnipeg, regional offices can be located through http://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/misc/loc/winnipeg.html. Outside of Winnipeg go to http://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/misc/loc/ruralnorthern.html.
What is Community Living disAbility Services?
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