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Psychology Session

1. Personal Support Worker (PSW) Programs:

 Description: Personal Support Worker programs train individuals to provide one-on-one care and support to adults with disabilities in various settings, including homes, community centers, and specialized facilities.

 Services Provided: Assistance with activities of daily living, personal care, mobility support, medication management, and emotional support.

 Example Program: PSW Program at George Brown College (


2. Individualized Education Programs (IEPs):

 Description: IEPs are customized education plans developed for adults with disabilities, focusing on their unique learning needs and goals.

 Services Provided: One-on-one instruction, adaptive teaching techniques, assistive technology, and accommodations to support learning and skill development.

 Example Program: Individualized Education Programs at local school boards or community-based education centers.


3. Therapeutic Recreation Programs:

 Description: Therapeutic recreation programs provide individualized recreational activities and therapeutic interventions for adults with disabilities, promoting physical, social, and emotional well-being.

 Services Provided: Tailored recreational activities, adaptive equipment, sensory stimulation, leisure skill development, and socialization opportunities.

 Example Program: Therapeutic Recreation Programs at local community centers or organizations like March of Dimes Canada (


4. Rehabilitation Programs:

 Description: Rehabilitation programs focus on providing individualized care and support to adults with disabilities, aiming to improve their independence, functional abilities, and quality of life.

 Services Provided: Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, assistive technology assessment, and rehabilitation interventions.

 Example Program: Rehabilitation Programs at specialized rehabilitation centers or hospitals.


5. Supported Independent Living Programs:

 Description: Supported independent living programs offer personalized support to adults with disabilities who live independently, providing assistance with daily living skills, household management, and community integration.

 Services Provided: One-on-one coaching, life skills training, home visits, budgeting support, and social inclusion activities.

 Example Program: Supported Independent Living Programs offered by local community organizations or disability service providers.

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