Service Coordination des services

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Record #: OCR0054 Last Modified: 31 Mar 2014 Last Full Update: 21 Oct 2013
Address, Telephone, E-mail, Website
Office Phone613-748-1788
Fax613-748-1018
E-mailadmin@scsottawa.on.ca
Websitewww.scsottawa.on.ca
Located In CommunityVanier
Address150 Montreal Rd, Ste 200
Ottawa, ON K1L 8H2
 
Google Map
IntersectionVanier Pkwy and Montreal Rd
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Bus Route NotesOC Transpo OC Travel Planner or OC Bus Schedules
ParkingFree parking
Description and Services
DescriptionBilingual individual/family centered service for adults with a developmental disability and children with a developmental disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder. The programs include: 
 
Service Access: Provides centralized information, referral to community resources in Ottawa for persons with developmental disabilities or Autism Spectrum Disorder and identifies gaps in community resources and services. 
 
Access point for adult developmental services – DSOER: Developmental Services Ontario Eastern Region provides information on community services for persons with a developmental disability. 
 
Case Management: Provides home and community-based support services to children who have a developmental disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families and to adults diagnosed with a Developmental Disability. 
 
Respite services and specialized services: Workers, recruited in the community, are linked with families who have a child or adult with special needs. They are employed and paid directly by the family through their Special Services at Home Funding. Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD) or Passport. Families may also directly purchase the service if they meet the SCS' eligibility criteria. Website: www.respiteservices.com 
HoursAdministration Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * Resource Centre Mon-Fri 8:30 am-3:30 pm
DatesYear-round
Areas ServedOttawa (City of) - Case Management and DSOER ; Prescott and Russell United Counties - DSOER only ; Renfrew County - DSOER only ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties - DSOER only
EligibilityFor children: Documentation confirming a diagnosis is required. Documentation such as school or psychological assessment or medical reports will be required stating the above information in order to determine eligibility.
ApplicationTo apply for any adult developmental services, an application for services must be completed with DSOER. The application includes an assessment of support needs and referrals to any available vacancies.
Languages of ServiceEnglish ; French
FeesNone
Waiting ListNo for Case Management * Yes for DSO Eastern Region
Contact Information
Primary ExecutiveAnna Lacelle, Executive Director; Phone: 613-748-1788 ext 372; Email: alacelle@scsottawa.on.ca
Subjects
SubjectsAdults ; Advocacy ; Case management ; Children ; Coordinating organizations ; Developmental disabilities ; Family support ; Free services ; Information and referral ; Nonprofit organizations ; Young adults ; Youth
Broader TermsAdults ; Age groups ; Disabilities ; Organizations ; Reduced cost services
Service Categories - Blue BookHealth