We offer assistance to people facing a variety of challenges including individuals with:
- developmental disabilities
- mental illness
- brain injury
- physical disabilities
- medical concerns
- forensic concerns
- emotional challenges
- an addiction
- suicidal ideations
- self-injurious behaviours
- Complex challenging behaviours
- FASD related concerns
From children to seniors, we offer a continuum of support based specifically to the individual’s desires and needs. Services are developed in large part from the individual’s Person Center Plan. Ongoing review of the individual’s goals is conducted to evaluate progress, achievements, and the individual’s decision to pursue another path. Individuals may choose to receive residential, day activity, community access, and/or outreach supports
Residential Program- Alberta and Ontario
Assistance with maintaining a household and life skills are offered to individuals in their home. Support is provided on a continuum of desire and need, with the goal of assisting individuals to enhance their abilities towards independence.
Individuals gain awareness of responsibilities to caring for their own home, with the utmost respect given to their right to make their own choices and dignity of risk.
Individuals typically have one to two other roommates who share in the responsibilities and offer companionship. Each household also has the opportunity to decorate their house and make it their home.
Day Options Program
Our Day Options/Community Access Program is continually evolving to meet the dynamic desires of the individuals we support. Opportunities available present the spectrum of needs the individuals have requested. The program operates Monday to Friday year round.
In Home Respite Services
Community Access and Employment Supports Program
As part of our Community Access Program, many individuals have expressed the desire to gain employment or volunteer in the community. In addition to the Day Options Program, individuals may choose to receive employment preparation support
Health and Medical Services
IHAC has it's very own in-house Client Care Team. This team consists of a Medical Physician, Consulting Psychiatrist, Registered Provisional Psychologists and a Psychiatrist Nurse.
This team is well experienced in providing the medical and psychological needs of individuals in our care.
The communities we are in offer access to a range of health and medical services including additional physicians, dentists, denturists, optometrists, physical therapists, chiropractors, audiologists, and pharmacies.
The city of Edmonton offers an extended access to health and medical services including specialists, surgeons, assistive technology, Alberta Hospital Edmonton (a psychiatric facility), and many major hospitals.
The communities of Stony Plain and Spruce Grove offer many spiritual, educational, and recreational/leisure opportunities for individuals to become involved in.