Services offered at SCS
The Children’s Case Management Team at SCS provides information, support, and guidance to children in Ottawa who are diagnosed with a developmental disability and/or Pervasive developmental disorders (Autism spectrum).
If you live in the Eastern Region, have a developmental disability, and are 18 years old you must apply through Developmental Services Ontario Eastern Region (DSOER) to see if you are eligible to receive adult ministry-funded supports available in your community. The Eastern Region includes Ottawa; the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry; the United Counties of Prescott and Russell; and Renfrew.
Adult Case Management
The Adult Case Management Team at SCS provides information, support, and guidance to adults in Ottawa who are diagnosed with a developmental disability and are referred by DSOER.
Respiteservices.com/Ottawa is a secure website with tools that match you with Direct Service Providers who can provide you with respite.
Coordinated Service Planning for Children and Youth
Coordinated Service Planning (CSP) was created to support families with children/youth who have multiple and/or complex special needs. CSP aims to ensure that the services involved with your child/youth are working as a team, towards your family’s goal, and that you are kept informed through the process.
Residential and Community Services (RCS)
If you are a youth in extended care with the Children Aid Society (previously known as Crown Ward) transitioning to adult services and receiving residential services with private supports, a Resource Coordinator can work with you to monitor the quality of your current services and develop a plan to meet your goals.