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Adult Services Program

Pivot Point provides several services aimed at helping adults with Diverse Abilities to achieve their goals and live the lives they want. Our services range from more intensive one-to-one supports with a stronger focus on learning new skills, to small group services aimed at supporting meaningful community inclusion, to job skills and placement supports, and the development of larger and safe social networks.

All sources of funding can be used alone or in addition to government funding such as Community Living BC. Pivot Point is a pre-approved service provider through TWO of CLBC’s primary funding programs for Adults with Developmental Disabilities: Personal Supports Initiative (PSI) Read More >>

 and Provincial Service Suppliers List (PSSL) Read More >>

Adult Services Program Video Adult Services Program Video

This Program Is For

Most of the services in this program area are designed for individuals with identified Diverse Abilities, over the age of 19, who desire supports to help them achieve greater success through adulthood. 

The Kootenay Behaviour Consultation Program is restricted to agencies, service providers, and individuals receiving funding through Kootenay CLBC. 

Length of Program:

Most individuals served by this program area have annual funding contracts which provide for access to weekly services throughout the service year. Service agreements vary in number of hours per week, depending on the size and focus of the funding contract. 

Requirements:

Individuals must be over age 18 to begin planning the transition into Adult Services. As most Adult Services listed in this program area are “fee-for-services”, individuals must have access to a source of funding sufficient to meet the needs outlined in their chosen plan.

Funding Options:
  • CLBC funding
  • Family contributions
  • Extended medical benefits
  • Insurance claims
  • Public trustee funds
  • Private contracts
Intake Process:
  • Complete our Request a Meeting form and let us schedule a 1 hour meeting to see if we’re a good fit!
  • We can usually meet within 2 weeks of your request.
  • CLBC procurement meetings can be scheduled within 2 to 4 weeks.