Fisher Farm Residential Association Ltd. was created to offer supports for adults with developmental disabilities who are seeking assistance in their daily lives. All services are to be delivered in the least restrictive manner possible, and with the individual’s own input. We are to meet every individual’s unique needs to the best of our abilities, while promoting personal growth, and independence. Our goal is to support each individual in a manner that will assist them in meeting their needs. Fisher Farm Residential Association Ltd. currently offers support in Support Homes, Supported Independent Living, Residential Supports, Community Access Supports, Respite, Employment Preparation, 24 hour residential homes, and Job Coaching.
We are committed to working, and cooperating with parents/guardians, the families, the individual themselves, and other natural supports that may be necessary to appropriately support the individual. We feel that by working with the individuals that we gain a greater understanding of them, and, that by using that information along with encouragement, support, trust, and continual positive reinforcement, the individual will grow and become more successful in their endeavors. It is our goal to continue to take part in the community through inclusion, work placements, volunteerism and the continued support of our staff.
Purpose: To include the individual in a family home, to nurture their skills, to support future desires for life, and to encourage their participation in the family unit while feeling safe, respected, comfortable, and, having a sense of belonging.
To provide supports for the individual to enable them to reside in their own home and to live as independently as possible while encouraging healthy relationships, social interactions, and assisting with daily living needs.
To provide the best care possible while respecting the rights, and privacy of the individual.
To enhance the skills of the individual while tailoring the service in day to day activities, relationships, and social settings based on their needs.
To support the individual in their workplace environment, to help them gain meaningful skills in their job, and to forge relationships with coworkers, which ideally will lead to natural supports.
Respite is intended to give a proprietor or parent a temporary break from the full-time care and supervision needs of the individual or family member in their home, thus preventing burnout.
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