Newfoundland and Labrador
Individualized Living Arrangements
Individualized Living Arrangements are created when no other service option is available or appropriate for an adult with an intellectual disability. The adult must meet the home support criteria and be unable to live with their natural family.
While this program usually supports one person per home, there may be situations approved where the living arrangements are shared by individuals who wish to reside together. Once established, the Individualized Living Arrangements are managed by the individual, family, or operations committee.
The funding for basic income support is provided by the Department of Human Resources Labor and Employment with additional funding for home support and other related costs provided by the RHAs.
For more information on accessing this funding supplement contact your regional health authority.
Last updated: July 9, 2021
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