Through the Integrated Living Services program, funded by PDD, we match adults living with developmental disabilities with individuals and families in the Calgary community. We offer the following services to our clients:

  • Clients living on their own can be supported by CRWs (Community Resource Workers) "check in” to help with budgeting and household duties. Clients will also be supported to find community resources around them and meet other neighbours.

  • Clients who own their own homes can also opt to have an ILP (Integrated Living Practitioner) move in with them and live as a supportive roommate. This involves helping with budgeting, household duties, community resources and neighbourhood involvement.

  • ILPs may also open up their own home or apartment to ILS clients. These ILPs would provide the same type of help and resources as those who live with a client in the client’s home.


  For information on becoming an ILP, visit the Get Involved section.

  For information on becoming a CRW, visit the DDRC Careers page.