Support, community inclusion and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities.
The PASS program provides outreach and residential support to persons with developmental disabilities in the Crowsnest Pass area. This program aims to assist individuals in achieving a high quality of life.
Promoting Access to Supportive Services
The program is open to individuals aged 18+.
The program is funded by the Ministry of Seniors, Community and Social Services . There are no costs for participants, however there may be costs associated for travel and activities that individuals choose to participate in.
PASS provides residential services, community access and respite support.
Referrals are only accepted from PDD - Disability Services. McMan works closely with PDD to determine program suitability.
What to Expect
The PASS program offers staffed residences, supported independent living, community access and respite supports to individuals.
The individual, their guardian (if applicable) and support team and staff will collaborate to identify the type and amount of support the individual needs and wants to achieve their personal goals. This could mean everything from personal care to daily living, employment, training and education, recreation and more. There will be a focus on the individual’s vision for their life and ideas of how they want to reach this vision.
How to Access the Program
PASS is open to adults 18+ who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability, and acquired the disability before turning 18 years of age. McMan only accepts referrals from PDD - Disability Services and works closely with PDD to determine program suitability.
McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.
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