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Working directly with adults to build skill development using community support structures



  • Group activities intended to increase socialization skills

  • Independent living skills (meal prep, cooking, cleaning, laundry, personal hygiene, shopping budgeting and other daily living skills) in their homes and at Mirror Image offices

  • Transportation to and from activities, counselling, doctor appointments and other needs

  • Providing support to family members and caregivers

  • Help develop self-advocacy skills, support self-determination, exercise civil rights and acquire skills needed to exercise control and responsibility over other support services. 

  • Self-advocacy skills to communicate wants and needs, make informed decisions, voice their choices, and develop trusted supports with whomever they can share concerns

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