Community Inclusions Ltd. Family Resources 

Below are some resources and supports available to families. Click on the heading in each area to find out more.

Community Inclusions Ltd. Admission Application Form

Community Inclusions Request For Service form. The purpose of this form is to provide us with some general information. Please take your time completing this form and answer each question or section as thoroughly as possible. The more detailed the information you provide, the better it will assist us in reviewing your Request and providing proper follow-up.

Building the Case for Increased Residential Supports

Community Inclusions recently embarked on a research and strategic planning effort to verify the needs of their current and future clientele. The end result is a community responsive strategy and recommendations for increased residential supports.

AGM Meeting Information

Minutes and Financial statements can be found from the current and previous year.  

Other Family Resources

AccessAbility Supports

The Disability Support Program has expanded and is now called AccessAbility Supports. New supports offer more and better assistance to Islanders living with disabilities. Disabilities may include physical, intellectual, neurological, sensory and mental...

Accessible Library Services

CELA CELA (the Centre for Equitable Library Access) is a national not-for-profit organization focused on the creation, collection, delivery and preservation of both digital and physical alternate format accessible materials to print disabled...

Autism Funding

Two different types of funding are available to support children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Preschool autism funding is available to help parents and licensed early childhood centres to hire an Autism Assistant for children receiving Intensive...

Autism Services for Children and Youth

Autism services are offered to preschool and school-age children and youth in Prince Edward Island. Early Years Autism Specialists provide services to young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders before entering school. An integrated approach...

Canadian Down Syndrome Society

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society has a collection of resources and information organized by life stages, health topics, and common inquiries about Down syndrome.

Education Services for Blind and Visually Impaired Students

Students who are blind or visually impaired can access the same core academic curriculum in the public school system as their peers who are sighted. The Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA) ensures access and supports educational...

Fostering independence for Islanders with vision loss

Visually-impaired Islanders are getting help adapting to the often frightening and bewildering challenge of vision loss. The Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) recently received $120,000 in one-time funding from the provincial government to...

Help for Child Care Expenses

The Child Care Subsidy Program assists Islanders with the cost of child care and daycare services for children up to and including 12 year-olds.  Eligibility Assistance is available for Islanders who are working, attending school or at home - depending...

Home Library Service

The Home Library Service is an outreach program that delivers library materials to Islanders who are not able to visit a library in person. Items are chosen by library staff, and delivered by volunteers every six weeks. Who is eligible? This service is...

Register for Accessible Library Services

Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) audiobooks are designed specifically for people with print disabilities who wish to hear and navigate written print in an audible format. In order to borrow DAISY audiobooks, you must register for Accessible...

Special Needs Grant for Licensed Early Learning and Child Care Centres

The Special Needs Grant supports the inclusion of children with special needs in a licensed early learning and child care setting by providing funding for additional staff. For the purposes of this grant, a child with special needs is defined as a...

CanChild

CanChild is housed within the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University and is the hub of an academic network of international scientists who conduct applied clinical and health services research. CanChild research efforts focus on children and youth with disabilities and their families. As a world-leader in the field, CanChild strives to generate innovative knowledge and translate research in an accessible way that is relevant and meaningful to those who need it most: families and service providers.