Supporting people who have an intellectual disability

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Principles of Service

Community Living Belleville and Area strives to:
  • Provide individually tailored supports developed in response to the person, and his/her family, through person-directed planning.
  • Encourage and support its staff, volunteers and the people it supports to participate in the community.
  • Extend respect to each other, to each person/family supported by the organization, and to appreciate diversity.
  • Recognize, reward and hold accountable its staff as competent. The staff, in turn, readily sees competence in the people they support.
  • Make choices about what the organization stands for and values, and encourage people supported by the organization to achieve personal outcomes.
  • Be accountable to its constituency for achieving results by working cooperatively to keep within budget and to use available financial resources for the maximum benefit of people we support.

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