Wetaskiwin and District Association for Community Service

Helps people with developmental disabilities become active in the community through a variety of programs.

The programs offered to support people with developmental disabilities to become more active in their community include:

  • Residential - adult homes staffed 24/7 to ensure resident's physical, emotional, schooling, or training and working needs are met.
  • Connections - A day program for adults who may have more than one disability to help them grow as a person, and interact more with their community.
  • Lifestyles Options - provides accommodation in a private home in the community enabling the person live as part as a family but still have the support the program offers.
  • Summer Recreation - activities include camping, picnics, dinner theatre, movies, group outings, sports, crafts, and cycling.
Yes, Person has a developmental disability.
Application Process
Service Access: Professional Referral Required, After the referral is received there will be an Intake meeting, where the process will be reviewed, and then a service agreement signed.Referral Process: Yes,

PDD and / or Children's Services must send in an application.

Waiting Period: N/A,
Fee: No
Fee Reduction: N/AMembership Fee: N/A
Documents Required

PDD and / or Children's Services must send in an application.

Wheelchair access: N/A - Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Updated On
December 17, 2013
5211 54 Street
Wetaskiwin, AB, T9A 1T2
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